Country Inn By Carlson, Grand Rapids
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Travel Blogs from Grand Rapids
... the byway slices through the Leech Lake Indian Reservation and Chippewa National Forest, a vast tract of cultivated fields and stands of red pines, aspens, birches, firs, and spruces. Wetlands abound in this outdoor Eden, and hundreds of lakes are scattered among the wooded hills.
Edge of the Wilderness State Scenic Byway, At Effie the drive veers south onto Rte. 38, the Edge of the Wilderness State Scenic Byway, a 47-mile stretch that ...
... improved, I took the hood down and enjoyed driving through Minnesota's timber territory. However, the sky was mostly overcast, so I decided to leave the tent in the trunk for another night and to check into a motel.
This morning the sun is still reluctant to come out. The sky reminds me of the 'June gloom' that Rita and I experienced in Los Angeles, ...
... in. Fortunately, traffic was light and I found the tourist bureau so was back on the road quickly.
It seems I can only access the Internet from the hotel lobby so I think I will have to be brief tonight as I need to go for food and I feel a good nights sleep coming on.
I asked the service station attendant what is special about this town and he told me Judy Garland was born here. Who knew?
... was in the low 40s today in Duluth so we jumped right on it! Eventually we made it to Canal Park which was where the people were hiding- right on the beautiful lakefront. After walking and exploring Duluth, we decided to get back on the road and stopped at Grand Rapids, MN! Weird, eh? Birth home to Judy Garland and is on the Mississippi River. There's a huge paper company too- very Scranton like. Tomorrow we head to ...
... br> They don't have massive fights over gay rights - Danes are accepting of all different types of people.
Learning more and more about Danish culture is making me feel guilty about being American. Our whole country is about being #1, over there they aren't concerned about who's best - they don't believe in superiority. Hey, they must be doing something right because they are the happiest country in the world.
xoxo - Emily