AmericInn Lodge & Suites Crookston _ U of M Crookston
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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That means it was nice out for the majority of our day #2 today. Left Gladstone, Michigan at 0700am, and missed our turn onto Route 2W. Went south out of our way, in a dense fog, for about an hour. Finally headed back up north on Route 41 from Escanaba, Michigan. We lost an hour in drive-time, but gained an hour in time zone changes. And the …
... back! This seaport city looks old! It is the second largest city on the Lake Superior shores, after Thunder Bay. Bridges, bridges, and more bridges, including The Aerial Lift Bridge, spanning the Duluth Ship Canal into Duluth's harbor, it is a vertical lift bridge. This is such a huge blue collar industrial type town that I won't have to twist Todd's arm too hard to come back and ...
... for a visit. So we headed over to Kneale Avenue. I remembered the address after all these years. Virginia and Art looked good - I hope I look as good when I get to that age. We spent three hours with them talking about old times and the fun we had. I also got updated on where their children were located. They raised their children to be independent with one daughter living in Australia, one son in Germany, and one daughter in Reno, Nevada. ...
Driving south of Regina on Hwy 6, not even a tiny turn was needed! An 8-10 mile stretch south of Weyburn, Sask provided quite the active oil fields. Oil wells seem to be Iocated near or at the top of a knoll.....and in the middle of a wheat field or other crops. Pipelines are being installed. Heavy equipment and huge trucks fill the landscape. Water and chemical hauling trucks raced down ...
... the Red River North to Minnesota. We could see the mechanism used to turn the old bridge to allow river traffic to pass. We returned to the start point and then headed to the Near North Neighborhood past the Catholic Church, the Keg Drive In and back to the river. We walked along the dike to the bridge. We watched ...