Holiday Inn Express Devils Lake
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... be gone, but I imagine the industrial barge activity will continue. River cruise ships will be fewer, but hopefully have more success navigating. I am not even sure if the water level will be high or low at that time of year - perhaps low before spring run-off? Will any campers in their caravans brave the cold and set up along the shore? Will the castles be blanketed in snow?
"Christmas waves a magic wand over this world, and behold, everything is softer and more beautiful." Norman Vincent Peale
Check out the description of our cruise in the picture. Most of the description should hold true, but we do expect some changes as we are on the boat over Christmas day. Click on the picture to enlarge it.
... and honour Dad's memory. We will be sure to do justice to the opportunity! Recipe for a Family Adventure Ingredients: - one extended family (Bev, Brad, Sherri, Ethan, Aiden, Grant, Lynda, Dan, Gail, and Jaclyn) - one historic river (The Rhine) - one lovely riverboat (S.S. Antoinette) - one determined grandmother (Bev) - and lots of Christmas Cheer Directions: - find a time when ...
... realized that we made the wrong turn. The RV can't back up with the car attached so we once again disconnected and this time, since we were so close to the campground we decided not to hook up the car again...Ron took the RV and headed off and I got into the car...that is when I realized that the cover we keep on the car to protect it from rocks and dirt when we pull it behind the RV blocks the lights and Ron was gone way ahead of me and part of the canoe strapping made ...
... a route suggested by the local tourist center. The local history museum was unfortunately closed but right next to it was a War Memorial. I continue to be amazed to see how well-kept these War Memorials in small towns across the U.S. are. It's sobering to see how many young men went to far-away places to fight for (mostly) other peoples' freedom (WW1, WW2, Korea, Vietnam, Iraq) and perished there.