Howard Johnson La Crosse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... be lunch time so I made a bee line to Micky's Dining Car to try and beat the lunch crowd. Micky's had been featured on a few shows I watched about the GRR. It is a really small dining car in downtown St. Paul. Just enough room for four small booths and a row of stools at the bar. The cook was crazy good. He had everything down to a science. He had to because he had a very small space to work with. The waiter working ...
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 ...
... and we set out for a weekend of "family" fun, he to a wedding of a good friend and me to catch up with two friends and my aunt who recently lost my favorite uncle.
The weekend went by too fast and I was heading back to LaCrosse exhausted and dreading another long drive to the east side of the state. Monday brought a late start, as I just did not want to get up, and then I was delayed even more because I needed to pick up my bike from ...
What a beautiful drive through the southern parts of South Dakota, Minnesota, and into Wisconsin! Rolling hills of yellow wild flowers in South Dakota. European-style farmhouses and those giant wind turbines everywhere along I-90 through Minnesota. And the giant bluffs along the flood-swollen Mississippi River as we entered Wisconsin ...
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 ...