The Inn At Washburn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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Travel Blogs from Washburn
... and everyone was floating around waiting for it to start. The first island we checked out was Basswood Island. Nick took us over to the island and stopped the boat while pointing up at a tree. This was so cool - there was a bald eagle nest in one one the trees with a bald eagle perched on a branch next to it. I'm adding that check mark to my bucket list. After that, we went to see a sunken ship. There were two pieces of metal sticking up out of the water. It ...
... lots of dragonflies, frogs, a squirrel, a deer, and a snake. Once you go so far, everything started to look the same so we turned around to go find something else to do.
We went back to La Pointe to get ice cream from Granpa Tony's. I had a waffle cone with a scoop of cherry ice cream on the bottom and a scoop of Carmel something or another on top. It was SO GOOD! After ice cream, we stopped at the local grocery store for marshmallows so we could roast them on the fire ...
... his motorcycles and car, bought a mobile home, and he is now traveling with his girlfriend. How cool is that! It sounds exactly like what I want to do! We hung out for a little bit longer and then headed back to the tent. Now here I am, catching up on my blog (which I can't post until tomorrow because I have no service) while I play Indiana Mosquito Killer and listen to Mirza snore. And now I'm going to pee in the woods, because that's what you do when you camp. Until tomorrow! ...
... had only driven nine hours instead of ten……….. We finally pulled into the RV park at about 8:30pm. That was the longest 3 hour drive I’ve taken in a long time. We did the scenic route aaagain. Although the trip was a bit longer than 3 hours, we did see a lot of lakes, ponds and rivers that were absolutely beautiful.
Tomorrow, I’ll have to check Suzy’s calculations before we ...
... 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.