AmericInn Lodge & Suites Bemidji
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Hot tub
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
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... at 4 AM. After some snow issues on the way, I arrived just after 3 PM and was able to check in and talk to the welcome center receptionist about the park before she left for the day. I informed her I was a city boy and asked her what I should know about the park. (**** Change over from your Wisconsin accent and picture the next conversation in your best Minnesota accent ****)
... inside to pay and the cashier asked where I was going. (**** Imagine the following conversation in your best northern Wisconsin accent from a very sweet gas station attendant ****)
Cashier: Where are you headed?
Jeremy: Up to lake Itasca. I'm from Washington, DC and will be driving the Great River Road.
Cashier: Are you going north?
Jeremy: Yes, to Lake Itasca.
Cashier: Oh, no....
Jeremy: Yes, I'm ...
... of Metolius River, but still interesting. River travels 2318 miles thru 10 states for 2318 miles before emptying into Gulf of Mexico. Overnighting on Cass Lake at Stony Point with hundreds of our closest friends!! Tis holiday weekend for ...
Up at 5am...which is 4am, Calgary time and over to the airport by 5:30...Josh, Mel and Bronwyn are taking off as I write this. We can see the airport from our parking spot...there they go.... When Ron came back we spent a couple of hours choosing to keep or jettison food, packing clothes, shoes, stuff....amazed at how we managed to get the car loaded....and, of course we have the canoe and bicycle on the roof of the car ...
We arrived before dark at the KOA campground just west of Bemidji, after crossing the very beginnings of the mighty Mississippi River that is a small creek here. The next day we met our next-site neighbours Bill and Karen Head from Winnipeg. After checking out, we drove into town where we saw the giant statues of Paul Bunyan (wearing a Shriner's fez) and Babe the Blue Ox, a little yellow submarine, and some fanciful statues made from scrap metal parts.