Sugar Lake Lodge
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... we hear, but a crowd of drunks leaving the bar after many a beer..... Remember that Remer is just a slow spot on the hiway...not a huge population...maybe 300 people...seems they were all out partying in that bar...and one guy on a very, very loud motorcycle drove around for a while...at about 1am...so not a great sleep for either of us...and then around 7am, a cement truck showed up because something desperately needed to be fixed at ...
... in the forest that we were forced back.
Upon entering camp Doodle started going bonkers and trying to get under the coach. It turned out a turtle had taken a stroll and ended up there. The dogs went CRAZY trying to figure out what that darned thing was!
The rains have quit, the sun is shinning, the wind has calmed and it turned into a beautiful ...
... on the banks of the Mississippi River, the city of Grand Rapids has long served as a gateway to the surrounding forests and lakes. Scandinavian and German immigrants came here in waves during the logging boom of the late 1800s, then headed north to nearby lumber camps. Avenue of Pines Scenic Byway, Heading out of Grand Rapids on Rte. 2, the drive soon links up with Rte. 46, the aptly named Avenue of Pines Scenic Byway. Nearly 40 miles in ...
... spent a delightful two weeks with Claudia and Tom at their house. The sky would be overcast in the morning, until the sun broke through.
In a few minutes I will head north along Route 38 (called The Edge of the Wilderness Byway). But before leaving Grand Rapids I will check out the Old Central School and, perhaps, also the Forest History Center, ...
... in. Fortunately, traffic was light and I found the tourist bureau so was back on the road quickly.
It seems I can only access the Internet from the hotel lobby so I think I will have to be brief tonight as I need to go for food and I feel a good nights sleep coming on.
I asked the service station attendant what is special about this town and he told me Judy Garland was born here. Who knew?