Driftwood Lodge Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... those parks you really have to want to see. It's not on the way to anywhere. In 1975 Voyageurs became our 36th National Park. It is one of the few places in North America where you can see rock half the age of the earth, the bedrock of the continent, 2.8 billion years old.
During the last ice age glaciers scoured away the younger rock, depositing it in moraines south of here, and as they retreated ...
Today was another day of driving. I couldn't convince Don that we should visit Winnipeg this time but maybe on the way back we will make a stop. We did do a drive-through in Kenora looking for the best price for diesel and found one of those historic chip wagons in the process. That helped to break up the day a bit!
We have never traveled south on hwy #71 and then #11 from Kenora to Fort Frances ...
... of digging through boxes from decades ago, shifting through a small mountain of rusted old tools and sorting through random spare parts both new and old. Fortunately Norma has lots of friends and so we got help from Barb and her husband Alf, Judy and Tom, Carla, Crystal, Dorothy and Marilyn. I even got to experience a real Garage/Yard Sale, which is basically Canada’s answer to the British car boot, except its only one person’s stuff and no ...
... of homes and businesses. What were they thinking? Voyageurs Nat. Park is a large area of wetlands along the Canada border. Sadly, it is almost entirely accessible only by water. Since my van is not amphibious I had to settle for some stops along the shoreline. Still very nice and I will almost surely come back someday to try to explore it more completely. After the park I took ...
Ate a great lunch in Duluth, Minnesota, at Fitger's Brewery. The stout was amazing. So was the root beer.
Spending the night in International Falls, Minnesota, where we HAD to come because it is so frequently cited as the coldest place in the continental U.S. during the winter. It is rainy and mild. ...