Walleye Inn Motel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
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I'm so fortunate that one of the friends I have known since Kindergarten had been reading my blog and saw that I was passing her way. Susan and her husband Doug have a beautiful home located on the Winnipeg River, which flows from Lake Winnipeg, north of the Whiteshell area in eastern Manitoba into the Lake of the Woods in Ontario. Susan graciously invited me to stop in for a visit and enjoy their hospitality overnight. I ...
... many times before, but never on a weekend in the summer...holy ****, is it busy! But we have our wine and have taken our lawn chairs to the shore to watch the antics of fisherman and the tubers on the lake. Very entertaining! In Fact there seems to be a full on beanbag toss game going on between the adults at the two RV' s just in front of us... Beside us there are a couple of families, with a bunch of kids. We are hoping that they run out of steam soon so we can all get some ...
We are now in Sioux Narrows, a short drive now to Fort Frances. We decided to stay in this area to do some fishing. We had great success catching bass but forgot the camera back at the camper. So, Bev is here having a discussion with the fish gods about blessing our successful venture. It must have worked because we caught MANY BASS!!!! ...
... Biking: Tom biked 350 miles. I biked 142 miles. We biked the entire Heartland Trail, around Pike Bay on the Migizi trail, around Lake Bemidji, portions of the Paul Bunyan trail and the Mississippi River Trail, and various other Minnesota country roads.
Church Attended: Evangelical Free Church of Bemidji
Other activities: Shopping in Walker, ForestEdge Winery, Movies in Bemidji (Inside Out, Spy, Jurassic World), kayak races, ...
... as he would put it. It's still so special with so many fond memories. These little suburban NYC girls are in for a treat this summer as they learn what it's like to live in the country, pick and can berries and vegetables, learn to drive on an old pickup on a bumpy, yet wide-open field...and little do they know we will be filling Dad's basement full of firewood, stacked neatly before we head back to New York. It's going to be a great ...