AmericInn Lodge & Suites Little Falls
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The service of this place was great and if I go back to Little falls I will be staying in that hotel again.
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... it has no electricity. Oh well, it is only 11 miles to Brainerd in the morning and we have decided to just break camp early and charge (phones and such) while we dine for breakfast tomorrow. We rode our bike on Hwy 371 for quite awhile today. I now know what a snail feels like ( slow and small)! Be back with more shena****ns in a bit! Hope I can get the picture issue fixed. If not, I will add then when we ...
And we're off...well, after we fixed our first flat of the trip. Bud mastered getting a flat while sleeping in the hotel before we had even gotten underway, Bummer... So our start time was missed by a little over an hour. Oh well, we were off after that little hiccup and cruising! Unfortunately, 18 miles later, Marilyn not wanting Bud to feel alone, got a flat of her own! We made great time after that and the rest of the day went without a hitch. We stopped for lunch ...
June 16, 2015
Drove from Valley City ND to Fargo and then left I94 to take R10 east and south towards Minneapolis. Stopped at Hawley MN for a game of disc golf and lunch. The disc course was fun but difficult to find the tee boxes for the next hole and since I started ...
... but would protect my skin from the sun. I still used some sunscreen, but lots less, and as long as the breeze is blowing, they are very cool and comfortable. So that’s the white, puffy sleeves you see in the pictures! Not “cycling stylish” but very practical for me.
After our break, we started off again, with some 32 miles to go. Still a decent tailwind, a generally level road, and lovely scenery. At ...
... couldn't get over the fact that I'm from DC. They made me sign the guest book and gave me a few places to see while in Bemidji. One of those places, Bemidji Woolen Mills, was perfect. They spin their own yarn from local wool and I'm collecting a thing of yarn from each state on my trip to make an afghan with when I get back. Got my yarn and off down the GRR again. This time to Grand Rapids, MN, the birth place of Judy Garland. On the way to Grand Rapids ...