Americinn Two Harbors
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Made my way back to Willmar and for the first time on this trip, I went shopping at a mall. I hadn’t brought enough socks, so I stocked up on those and a few other things and was on my way again by about noon. It was a perfect day for driving and the countryside is quite green through Minnesota. Lots of hardwood trees ...
... Lindquist from Duluth, and our friend Patty Quisno from Harlem, MT were much appreciated. We also want to thank all our friends and family from home and around the country, their encouragement helped us along our way. I would like to especially thank My fiancée Mary Lou fore putting up with all the time it took for me to prepare for this trip and her support along the way.
Thank You all
... we made it to the cabin and showed everyone but made him a bed of grass and leaves and gave him a dish of water for the night. Thankfully the turtle seemed unharmed and moving happily the next morning when he was actually let go!
The cabin near Lake Superior (just beyond Tofte for those that want to know) is beautiful. Within a stones throw of the lake itself and lots of beds for the 20 odd family who are here with us. It reminds me a bit of a ski lodge, all open two stories ...
Saturday we could walk from our campground at the docks to the Lake Superior Maritime Visitor Center the museum which is operated by the United States Army Corps of Engineers. The museum is located near the Aerial Lift Bridge (see video) which overlooks the entrance to the Duluth-Superior harbor.
The bridge ...
We decided to take a drive today to check out as much of the northern part of the state as possible. It's sooooooo windy that we don't want to drive Klyed anywhere. We (just by chance) saw a sign for Gooseberry Falls State Park and waterfalls. Hmmm...okay.
The trail was probably 3 or 4 miles long. It started at the midway falls and then went down to lower falls, across a bridge ...