El Rancho Motel
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... told that we may not actually see anyone there, depending on who is researching what. Who cares?! We get to go where very few 'normal' (non-scientists) get to go. We will get a personal 90 minute tour from the custodians who live there. I am just hoping that we can take pictures.
Today's lesson? If you don't ask, the answer will always be NO. Now, what else should we try to do?
... br> dinner and a campfire one night and watched Ron play at a local pub
It rained all Sunday night and Monday
morning so we departed early for the long trip to get Tom out of the
country... Stay tuned for further trip updates...
- For rich people, one can buy a
seventeen foot carbon fusion canoe weighing thirty-two pounds ...
... looked like a normal BP, except I was the only car. So confusing. I've since learned that there are extensive trails in the area, utilizing the old logging roads, making for some cool recreational opportunities. Getting closer to the cabin, I saw my first porcupine!!
He was not interested in getting his photo taken; I was not interested in pulling quills out of my skin. These are the best photos you'll get.
... all started making plans for our kids for those two weeks that we will be gone. Summer school, grandparents, older siblings, friends, and of course... Dads!
The other night we headed to the Dell's for a meeting with DPI and FFT to accept our grant and learn what else we needed to do. It was awesome! We met three of the people from DPI and FFT and about 6 other fellows. What a great meeting! Hearing about the other fellows ...
... that we had to cross over a big tall bridge in this storm. NOT FUN!
By the time we touched down on solid land again Mike was white knuckled and sweating. I was absolutely silent. That doesn't happen very often.
The rain and wind finally let up around 11:00 or so. We stopped for lunch at a restaurant and while there asked the people next to us if they could recommend a campground to stay in. They sent up back up highway 53 to Northwood Shores.
What a pretty pretty ...