Black Bear Casino Resort Hotel
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Got back home yesterday. I can't even begin to tell what a great adventure it has been. The Mouse performed without missing a beat and everybody got along as we should. We'd like to thank all the people who encouraged us along the way. At every stop we made the interest in what we were doing was astounding. The visits from the Mang sisters, cousin Ed and Amanda Nelson, Dale Alger, cousin Judy Lambert Minemyer, John ...
With our three kids and a step cousin sharing a room getting them to sleep is proving a mission, at the two hour mark as I write this!! Hope the tired cranky kids don't join is tomorrow!!
We had a delightful dinner of BBQ'd ribs (recipe and made by my cool new brother in-law and family) for dinner, with salad and corn.
Conrad and i had a bit of a giggle once we went to bed as the beds were rather short and the poor guy had his head and feet touching the bed posts!!
... in about 3 minutes, and goes up 25 to 30 times daily during busy parts of the shipping season. The span is about 390 feet (120 meters). As ships pass, there is a customary horn-blowing sequence that is copied back. Long-short-long-short means to raise the bridge, and Long-short-short is a friendly salute.
... of the era. The mansion was constructed as the family home of Chester Adgate Congdon. The building was designed by Minnesota architect Clarence H. Johnston Sr., with interiors designed by William French and the formal terraced garden and English style landscape designed by the Charles Wellford Leavitt firm out of New York. Construction began in 1905, and completed in ...
... at Two Harbors lighthouse, and on the way back...the skies opened up and we were drenched to our bones! Grateful we could change clothes! Split rock Lighthouse is the most photographed scene in MN. Gooseberry Falls were pretty, but no gooseberry pie to be found! Deluth almost reminds us of Astoria....harbor and downtown life at water level, & then homes built up on ...