Travel Blogs from Hayward
... Kayaking, canoeing, tubing, and fishing are favorite activities on this river.
We took an 8 mile canoe trip down the Namekagon River today and enjoyed the views.
We also hiked the scenic 2 mile round trip Trego nature trail along the Namekagon ...
... up the next hill, and then down again, only to go up. You get the idea. :-). Well, going was more downhill than up, so it seemed fairly easy. It was a great diner experience with our waitress describing all the entrees on the chalkboard. No paper menus for this joint! I had a great omelette. Brussel sprouts are actually really good in an omelette!! Now for the ride home....more uphills than downhills. But we persevered ...
... to give a staunch vegetarian gout. The meat weighed me down a bit, but I pressed on. Overall it was a very relaxed day, perhaps made a bit too relaxing by the 'News from Lake Wobegon' podcast I've been following. It is fictional news from a fictional, simpler place told by Garrison Keillor. His soothing, meditative, trancelike voice can be dangerous on a bicycle as I tend to forget that cars actually exist. Rain ...
We are eating dinner at a gas station in Clam Lake. 60 miles so far. It's a really nice road, but really windy and lots of hills. It's seems like we are always climbing but we are never going down. We went through elk country. Right now we are making dinner. That's it for now. ~Maeve We have saw so many deer today! In fact once we got about 10 feet from one! I am eating ramen noodles for dinner, Maeve has spam! We have 18 miles to go until the campsite. That's it for now, BYE ...
... top of the nose. There were no railing up there and I slipped. I caught myseff on a big tooth. I pulled myself up and ran down the fish as fast I could. I caught up with the Gingerbread girl. She had bought all the swedish fish in the gift shop. Then we made a run for it. See you later.
How has this lodge rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed