Barkers Island Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to rain. It didn’t but nor did the wind let up. It was howling off Lake Superior when I got there and the waves were crashing onto the shore. Nothing placid about it! Anyway, I found a spot about 1/2 an hour north of Duluth to hunker down for the night.
Just figured out that I’ve travelled 5500 km since leaving home. ...
... 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
This mornings first mission was gathering all our bits and packing them. Amazing how much things can spread when four kids have dig through to find their stuff.
Today was a loooong day in the car. We were really happy with the DVD player in the car as we left the B&B at 10:30 and arrived at 5:30, we had two brief stops, one for gas and one for food. Did I mention loooong???
The scenery was beautiful, rolling farmland, corn fields and many quintessential red barns.
... There were three cars to ride in on the Zephyr: a bilevel commuter car, 1950s coach car, and a 1918 heavyweight car. We rode north in the 1950s coach and back in the 1918 heavyweight. For lunch I thought Crabby Bill's sounded like a nice seafood place; wrong, it was a doughnut shop. We ate Lunch at Grandma's Bar & Grill. The car has needed an oil change for the last 1,200 miles. ...
... just the excuse that Henry Rowe Schoolcraft needed to travel the unfamiliar and strange lands of Itasca, Cass, Hubbard, and Beltrami counties. Schoolcraft wrote in his journals: "...our visit was of peculiar privation, fatigue and physical suffering. Not the least among these have been the calls of an unsatisfied appetite, stings of musquito, and incessant motion of travelling, depriving us due rest at night." From Schoolcraft's narratives and those of his ...