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... her way south.
Then popped into the town of McGregor for the night, as so ewhere with a good little airport, with the fuel I want and a hotel real close. Population 297, they don't have a cinema - but they do have a bowling alley.
Tomorrow - due West.
... have been a short day only about 32 miles. Note to self...add at least 5 miles to anything Google says! It is either the map system is off or they keep moving the towns. Or maybe it is the fact that we dealt with rain again today. Either way it wasn't fun. We opted to stay in a no name motel due to weather and temps. I'll just say it was quite the adventure at this place and leave it at ...
... Ron had to brake hard, to miss hitting him and squishing him up against his truck door. All we got from him was a wave...duh!!! Two seconds later and we would not have been able to stop! That was way too close for comfort! So, once we regained our composure, we decided the guy was lucky to be alive...and we would drive in the centre lane from now on... The evening we find ourselves surrounded by kids and boats...we are in Bemidji, Mn...at the Fox Lake campground. We have ...
... Shortly after that I got a text that the Dempsey/Hazelton family had landed in Toronto...now they have to get themselves up to Muskoka. Now that it is just the two of us and enough food to feed 5 people for the next 3 days...we managed to put in an 8 hour day and have landed at the KOA in Bemidji, Minnesota. For the first time in a very long time we sleeping in a tent...on the ground. Ron does this all the time when ...
... mean thousands! The wonderful thing is that you can sit quietly and look at the water which is, of course, everywhere and not hear any noise from cars or trucks! It is sooo quiet and different and absolutely wonderful! They have a very short (2 to 3 month) season. They then move most of the horses off the island because the lakes completely freeze! If you are a permanent resident of the island, the only way you could get to ...