C'mon Inn Park Rapids
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We left Idaho on June 6th, after an amazing bike ride in the Grand Tetons. We rode from Moose Junction to Jenny Lake. The ride was a gentle up hill all the way. We reminisced about our prior visit 34 years ago with 3 infant girls. What a wonderful time we had then hiking around Jenny Lake! On the 7th we hightailed it across Montana. Bill was a ...
... a city boy. What should I know about being in the park.
Receptionist: What do ya mean?
Me: Well, lets say I have to go out to my car in the middle of the night to get something. Will a bear kill me?
Receptionist: Oh, no.... They are more scared of you than you are of them.
Me: I'm not sure I can believe anything else you say now.
After a warning from Barb ...
... hours. I could have done it in 9 if it weren't for the stupid polar vortex and its accompanying blizzard. Shortly after I crossed into Wisconsin it started to snow, but just a little. It started to pick up, and I knew I was driving into a blizzard that dropped two feet of snow last night, so I got off the highway to fill up my tank and see exactly where the storm was heading. The credit card reader on the gas pump was iced over.... ...
DAY 73 of Circumnavigation
Miles Driven - 312
Total Trip Miles - 4325 Temp - 85 then down to 61. Cool evening at Lake Itasca (71) We did it. We walked across the Mississippi last night! We had driven north about 200 miles ...
... campground and went into the town for a couple of pics before heading out on the road with Garmin guiding us to Minneapolis, the initial destination for the day. With Garmin taking the lead, we meandered the quiet two lane county roads in a south by west direction toward that first destination; at times feeling like we were going a bit in circles after a detour gave Garmin cause to "recalculate" often. The countryside was comprised of farms, mostly dairy, ...