Quality Inn Bemidji
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... get half of it in one photo!
Soon it started getting windy - like, really windy.....
Around Grand rapids she passed through a series a shallow lakes.
Then kept getting smaller, and smaller, with more intricate curves.
... have been a short day only about 32 miles. Note to self...add at least 5 miles to anything Google says! It is either the map system is off or they keep moving the towns. Or maybe it is the fact that we dealt with rain again today. Either way it wasn't fun. We opted to stay in a no name motel due to weather and temps. I'll just say it was quite the adventure at this place and leave it at ...
... People come from all over to look for all the many species that either live here or pass through. Directly south of here is a place called Turtle Mountain and there are a bunch of lakes. We have seen many vehicles with canoes or kayaks on top, heading down to the park. We were so busy touring the town and watching the sunset last night that we didn't get a chance to tour the site to find the public showers and bathrooms. (It's always good to check these out just in case!) so, ...
... in Michigan, drove through the upper part of Wisconsin and finished up in Bemidji, Minnesota. We finally said goodbye to Lake Superior having driven all of its 400 mile length. We found a perfect spot at a KOA here...we pulled in and were set up in less than 10 minutes including 50 cable channels. Watching golf and drinking local beer. Life is good. Love to all...Good Night.
... of what is known locally as the "Upper Peninsula". It is a major port known primarily for shipping iron ore. It also gets over 148" of snow on average - according to Wikipedia the third snowiest city in the U.S. (not including Alaska). Marquette was also listed as one of the 10 best places to retire in the U.S. by Money Watch. I vote for that!
An interesting history: like most of the towns and cities in early ...