Best Western Northwoods Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the river, you would be in Wisconsin. We have a nice campsite. It was a bit difficult to back the coach in but fortunately we had no neighbors to disturb. We discovered that right under our nose under the picnic table was a robin's nest. I was always wondering why that robin hung round our camp all the time. Further inspection showed that the robin eggs had hatched and the robin was tending to her ...
Work up today to snow!! Sheila got a picture of me with snow on the jacket. We should have headed south, but despite the cold, the Northwood are very amazing beautiful. Sheila and I explored the North Shore of Minnesota from Duluth to Schroeder - about 100 miles. Our first stop was Duluth - at the Duluth Trading Company. Very expensive place.
Next stop was the lighthouse at Two Harbors. The lighthouse is still operating. We couldn't get in the building but we walked ...
We left Iowa City at about 9:00am heading for Hinckley, Minnesota. Sheila and I decided to do the Lake Superior Circle in the time between now and May 30. That is when we will meet Lisa, Dave and Izzie at Spirit Lake Iowa for a visit. I should also mention that this trip was a spur of the moment trip - it definitely didn't have a "PLAN". So here are a couple of flaws that we have encountered.
1. It was a ...
... toast to the bride and groom was a highlight of the evening for me. Did I mention that Isaac is the best baby ever, and he was almost as sought out as the bride and groom? What a cutie.
The weekend went by too quickly. On Monday morning we headed west across Minnesota on our way to the badlands of North Dakota. Happily, everything seems to be working as it should in the RV. Aren't we ...
... I was intrigued by Wisconsin naming it's county roads by alphabet letters. My ABC roads were shoulderless, but only a few farming trucks and machines past me all day. After 55 miles of rural riding, I arrived in Cumberland, Wisconsin ...