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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Northland Lodge Hayward
Travel Blogs from Hayward
... take me across the great divide and through the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest. The minute I entered the forest, the smell of fresh pines filled my lungs as I surged up and down the rolling terrain. I was savoring the colors of the day; golden sunshine, blue skies and the green trees when I happened to look down, spotting a wallet on ...
... that Jon & Stacey gave me last Christmas. My ride continued its steep rolling course as I rode past fields and farms, transitioning even more into the heavily treed North Lakes region. I was thrilled to watch a pair of grand Sand Hill Cranes ...
The St. Croix River and a tributary called the Namekagon was one of the eight rivers set aside for protection by the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act of 1968. As one of the original eight, the St. Croix is the only one managed by the NPS. The riverway provides 252 miles of ...
... Takes longer to do it in the rain. :-). By 6:50 we were on the way to McD's to get coffee and a breakfast burrito. Also enjoyed some of Chantale's yummy zucchini bread. :-). After driving in Chicago traffic and paying a sinful amount in toll road fees, we met up with the McFadden's right after the Wisconsin line. It's a lonnnnng way to Cable Wisconsin. Beautiful part of our country, but a long haul. We arrived safely around ...
... 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 ...