AmericInn Lodge & Suites Detroit Lakes
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Today we sat in the sun, kayaked, and napped. It was another beautiful day. I did get up very early to pick up a speedo cable in Alexandria. About a 250 mile trip but I need it. I'm not putting the cable on here at the cabin for a few reasons. I'll need to do this at home. Brittany has no fear of the kayak. She is pretty fast as well. Loretta will join us today. Looking forward to that. ...
... planning to go to Walmart for food and on to cabin in DL (Frazee, MN). The cabin is wonderful! I'm sure the $180 worth of food Brittany bought will do just fine. Sheesh! We spend the day swimming and floating on air mattresses. For supper we grilled stakes. We also ate mushrooms and potato salad. Got word Loretta is coming tomorrow night. What ...
... Dakota haven and riding into Minnesota's fast paced, more developed civilization. Even on my rural route through Clay County, I felt surrounded by more rushing ...
... canoe expedition in the Boundary Waters up near the border with Canada. The Boundary Waters are a truly beautiful part of the country untouched since Native American Indian time. With no modern conveniences around it's a matter of paddling your canoe until you hit land, unloading it completely and then carting the canoe above your head (the locals call this a portage) to the next lake, exactly as it has been done for ...
Monday morning 30 June saw us on the road again and leaving the Smoky Hills and the Lakes behind. By lunch time we crossed into North Dakota on the 94. The country side changed to flat Prairie grass and farmland. Soon we had 180 degrees of sky around us.
We stopped in Jamestown a small and interesting historic town. A ...