Days Inn La Crosse Hotel & Conference Center
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- Continental Breakfast
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Day 4: Little Falls, MN - La Crosse, WI (290 miles)
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Today was another great day! It was really cold and I drove through a decent amount of snow, but I still had a lot of fun and the river is so beautiful. The first 70 miles was pretty much one solid sheet of ice. It was slow going but ...
We then headed over to great river bluffs to start our first camping
experience of the trip. As we drove into the area we were in awe. We
were expecting a little camp group on the Mississippi River but this
place was something else. The panoramic views from the lookout points
were amazing and the campground was extremely remote. We were some of
the only people there but it was so nice. All you could hear were the
sounds of nature around ...
... disappointed and annoyed by how much has changed at Riverfest from the memories I hold. Its funny getting older because the way things I knew growing up are vastly different for those growing up now. I haven't been completely naive to it all, but it hits home when the things you thought would always be there or stay the same have been modernized or vanish. I drove past where I had one of my first jobs, a movie theater, and it was ...
... The river is so high that the entire area looked more like the delta at the other end. We stopped for lunch at the Lewis and Clark visitors center overlooking the Missouri River in Chamberlin, South Dakota. They had some really nice exhibits and the view was great. And it was back to listening to World Cup action on XM radio. The ...
We visited with Amelia Baxter, the owner of Whole Tree Architecture and one of the staff architects. We were also lucky to spend some time with Derek who has worked for Whole Tree for many years building and creating unique whole tree pieces for homes out of Whole Trees forest. Amelia gave us a tour of the first houses Roald built and lived in and we discussed their approach to building.
We were excited to see Roald's cool A frame built entirely ...