The Lodge At Crooked Lake
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... with Nicole and squeeze and smooch on Isaac. Of course, Jim wanted to catch the first Buckeye football game so we found a sports bar to catch the action. Then we met up with Zach and a crowd of his friends for a riverboat ride down the St. Croix River. The wedding was at a local winery and vineyard and was a beautiful event. I enjoyed seeing Zach's college buddies, and Zach's humorous ...
... along the Grindstone River. Portions of the Mille Lacs Indian Reservation are located within and adjacent to Hinckley.On September 1, 1894, the ...
... end.....there must be a lot of polish people around here in these parts of Wisconsin because it went on for miles --- all street names ending in 'ski'. It made me feel right at home. One thing for sure, they don't have kielbasa in these parts. We stopped in a couple of markets and the only kielbasa they had was Hilshire Farms --- to me, that's not kielbasa, but Bruce will eat anything. LOL. We did more miles today than we expected --- we ...
... the unique geological formations were the result.The original waterfalls and rapids which were the original St. Croix Falls are now buried underneath the “lake” created by the St. Croix Hydroelectric Dam located about one half mile north of the bridge. Above the dam the river is wider, more quiet, and lake-like. Below the dam the river runs faster ...
... of confusion. The bite didn't hurt much as it only got the top and sole of my shoe, and it let go when I started pedaling again, but the whole situation only reinforced my thoughts that I need some sort of stick. A stick for passing cars that get too close, annoying kitschy mailboxes, kids on Ripsticks, and now dogs. My hosts this evening recommend Halt, a sort of dog pepper spray. They have run into several dogs on their tours as well; one tore a hole in a sturdy ...