Stoney Creek Inn - La Crosse
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... along the way and decided to stop for fuel, coffee, snack etc. The restaurant downstairs had no food and didn't serve coffee so we had to figure out the coffee machines upstairs in the gas station part. Very disappointing. There were some beautifully crafted handmade quilts in their gift shoppe though for approx $1,000 plus.
Coffee and Hot Chocolate was cheap, $1.19 for a 20oz cup (600mm) we saw a massive mug which states its a ...
... for petrol and a coffee. Cant remember what town. eWe had a look at the handmade quilts ( Zena and Gail would have loved them). They were not too interested in serving coffee in the restaurant ..so we got self serve coffee in the take away shop. Interesting jams, cook books and other crafty things. No room to put anything ...so we went away empty handed. We passed a lot of farmland and crops ...I actually fell asleep a few times. Thank god for our heated jackets and ...
... break stony faces into welcoming smiles. I had unexpected conversations with people I might not have talked to in the past. I had something in common or some way to connect with everyone I met. In less than 4 weeks, I met people from every continent and dozens of countries, including a couple who lived in Antarctica for 4 months/year for several years. My summer vacation renewed my belief that people are good by default. We just have to give each other the chance to show ...
I'm all packed and ready to hit the road. For the next few weeks I'll be living out of the two bags and in the tent you can see in the photo below. I can strap my tent onto the back of my bike between the two bags. I thought about writing my packing list out, but you'll probably be able to tell that I only packed 2 different t-shirts after seeing the same ...
Indy did so well with canoeing yesterday that we decided to try kayaking today. We went to a landing up in Brice Prairie and just paddled around for an hour or so. It was a sunny and hot day, so it was very different from yesterday. Indy did very well, but he still wanted to be in both kayaks at once and didn't want to be separated from either of us. I think he is really starting to get the hang of it. ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services