Arrowwood Lodge At Brainerd Lakes
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Banquet room
- Swimming pool
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... the office we go for the third time and Bud and I notice that there are a couple of portable pizza ovens in the office. You would think when I originally ask about pizza delivery, that if you can sell me 2 pizzas and make money; you would tell me instead of giving a tired cyclist a number to nowhere!!! Let them eat pie...we did. We also found the laundromat for our nightly entertainment! Total miles for today...47.46 Till ...
We chose to start late due to rain and just a short 26 ish miles for today. It was muggy and felt like Florida humidity... Ish! So we decided to go to the town of Little Falls for breakfast. At tHe recommendation of the owner of the bike shop where we went yesterday for a couple more bike tubes ( note to self err on the side of caution, when peddling a bike that weighs 90 plus pounds). We are in a cabin ...
... s in Bowlus, MN. The food was great. We arrived at Charles Lindbergh State park around 3pm and got setup. It was about 90 degree and the State birds ( Mosquitos) were awful. My cohorts had family come up for the night and it was great to watch their grandson camp for the first time. It was a bundle of energy and seen to have a good time. Time for sleep for me. Stay tuned for more shena****ns. Sorry, having problems with picture right now. Will add later Till next ...
... number 2 I didn't find the course map until after finishing Number 9. I continued to drive in an occasional rain. Arrived in Little Falls to spend the night at Walmart. Started to rain steady about 4 pm. Not much for sights or stops, just a day for the highway.
... more to come about that later) and she's marched on. Breakfast at the "Minnesota Nice Cafe" was a great! I walked a few blocks to the lake where there are giant statues (close to 50 feet tall) of Paul Bunyon and Babe the Big Blue Ox. I always thought that legend was neat as a kid. Snapped a few selfies and went inside to see the fireplace of states. The welcome center features a fireplace with stones from each of the 50 states except Hawaii and Alaska. They ...