The Lodge At Crooked Lake
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We spent the Labor Day weekend with Zach, Nicole, and Isaac. (Aren't we lucky!) Zach's college roommate got married on August 31st, and we were all invited. Zach was a groomsman and spent a couple nights in the "bachelor cabin" while Nicole and Isaac camped out with us in the RV. (Aren't we lucky!) Unfortunately, the weekend started out with lots of rain. But that gave me plenty of time to catch ...
... along the Grindstone River. Portions of the Mille Lacs Indian Reservation are located within and adjacent to Hinckley.On September 1, 1894, the ...
... was an overcast day thus far. We crossed from the Eastern time zone to Central time zone at 1 pm eastern time in Bark River, MI. The roads are wide open, no traffic at all other than the 2 red fox we saw --- one sitting on the side of the road waiting for the other who ran right in front of us......they were so cute. Wisconsin is flat with lots and lots of farmland. When we entered Wisconsin, we noticed a lot of street signs with the 'ski' ...
... is supplemented by terrific fall color displays. The St. Croix River Valley with its mixture of oaks, maples, birch, hickory, ash and many other species typical of a northern hardwoods forest provide an abundance of hues of reds, golds, and oranges.
HistoryThe unique dalles, potholes, and cliffs are the result of several earthquakes ...
... today I rode almost 20 miles on a limestone dirt trail, part of Wisconsin's state trail program that you are technically supposed to have a pass for. My hosts this evening told me its not usually an issue. With about ten miles left in the day, I ran into another first, a mean dog. I didn't think twice about the pitbull sitting out front of a meth trailer next to the road until I heard paws running behind me a few yards down the road. It bit my foot, and I stopped ...