AmericInn Lodge & Suites Pequot Lakes
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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After dropping Jen & the kids off at the airport for their flight back to California. We drove around the Minneapolis-St. Paul area and checked out the first indoor mall in America. We were pleasantly surprised, even though it's old ...
... the middle of the state that had hookups, because our refrigerator is touchy and it is still quite hot outside. When we found a campground, it required some back roads driving, which we enjoyed tremendously as we drove past many little lakes. When we got within fifteen minutes of our destination, what should loom ahead but a new Costco, and since we were looking for some dinner meat to go with the fresh picked corn and tomato that ...
Last night we stayed at the Porcupine Wilderness State Park in Ontonagon, MI. Had a site right on Lake Superior. Arrived just before it stormed. Lots of people camping in tents and there we were sitting in our motor home nice and dry watching a movie and eating popcorn! Too bad for the rain, we were hoping to see the Northern Lights.
... Seen at least 3 signs that said "Coon Dog Cemetary". Thought that was kind of odd until Del almost hit a Coon Dog in Corinth, MS. Had to stop at the Piggly Wiggly in Alabama. What a genuine treat. Went down the Ricketts Highway in MS. Thought it was kind of odd to name a highway after a disease that you lead the nation in. We both had opportunities to swap our bikes today. Mine for a decked out Caddy. Del's for a trailer house in Memphis. Decided against it on both ...
... curves - no exaggeration. 322 miles, over 1100 so far total. Highlights: Once we hit Arkansas, we went through the must-see tourist towns of Yellville, Ralph, Mull, Loafers Pride and Timbo. Apparently WE are the ones with the accent. Hog jowls are actually served in restaurants here. If you missed the exit for the Waffle House, don't worry, there's one at the next ...