Wild Eagle Lodge
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- Car rentals
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... at her
land on the Thursday before the Memorial day weekend. Therefore I
set-off for The Soo on Wednesday to crash at the local Walmart for
the night; a busy place with truckers (read noisy) who keep their
rigs running while they sleep.
Anyway, up before dawn, I visited Tim's
before the border crossing at 5:30. The Soo border Nazis ...
... br> passport four times and had a mini-online conference with someone
upstairs. I am hoping that this is a good omen for future crossings.
I meandered through Michigan's Upper
Peninsula where the fall colours were at their peak then stopped for
breakfast and a little while later, another stop for wine and beef
jerky in Marquette. Also filled up the ...
... the roar of thunder startled us awake. Cold rains pelleted us all morning long as we huddled inside the tent. So much for the zero percent chance of precipitation! The decision to take a day off from biking was an easy one, since everything was drenched. We threw the sopping wet mess of gear into the CRV, made our way to the ...
We rode our bikes down the 1/2 mile, secluded road to Nan Brady's retreat on Cranberry Lake in Eagle River, WI. She has a wonderful place, full of family memories. She gave us a tour of her lovely home and breathtaking property. One can sense that a lot of good livin' has taken place here. She ...
Drove to northern Wisconsin to Upper North Woods campground. Just beautiful. ************e in park-self registration. Loons, beaver huts, all quiet on and around Clear Lake. Biked into pretty Minoaqua, a town about 6 miles away. People vacation here from Illinois-mainly Chicago. Healthy economy. Resort area. Stayed 2 nights. ...