Voyagaire Houseboats and Lodge
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The hotel we stayed at left much to be desired, Conrad reckons it was probably more a rent by the hour place........ I found that is you had a family of over four people finding a single room was impossible and as soon as two rooms were booked the price was way out of our budget so we had little choice. (Also helped by only being able to do a very short search online for a city we didn't know.)
We wanted to meet up with ...
... deck it sounded similar to the ocean with little waves lapping at the rocks and shore. It didn't have quite the rhythm of the ocean, lovely sound though.
Once everyone was dressed we headed out for a walk. The walk itself was just along a gravel road in front of the house but there were wild raspberries, many interesting fuzzy caterpillars and wild flowers along the way.
Mac'n'cheese Auntie Tina style was gobbled ...
We watched the bears during their feeding time and they seemed like intelligent creatures who given half the chance would take a peanut over a human, though I am still wary of them.
Next stop was the International Wolf Centre to learn more about these other misunderstood creatures. Whilst we had not spotted any in the wild during our national park odyssey they had probably spotted ...
Drove 246 miles in 5 hours.
Awoke to a dreary, cold and rainy day, weather that I think is more typical here than the previous two hot sunny days. We were strapped in for a long drive anyway so luckily for us it didn't really matter.
Our usual picnic lunch en route was foiled as we were too cold to eat outside of the car, so had to make do ...
... have for past 10 days getting here. We even cooked outside tonight, braving the tiny mosquitoes which attempted to devour us as we enjoyed our first fresh corn on the cob of the year cooked outside on our new single burner portable propane stove!
We head out tomorrow morning in search of more waters to kayak as we continue our eastward journey across northern Minnesota to another National Park, Isle ...