Days Inn Hinckley
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... the river, you would be in Wisconsin. We have a nice campsite. It was a bit difficult to back the coach in but fortunately we had no neighbors to disturb. We discovered that right under our nose under the picnic table was a robin's nest. I was always wondering why that robin hung round our camp all the time. Further inspection showed that the robin eggs had hatched and the robin was tending to her ...
Work up today to snow!! Sheila got a picture of me with snow on the jacket. We should have headed south, but despite the cold, the Northwood are very amazing beautiful. Sheila and I explored the North Shore of Minnesota from Duluth to Schroeder - about 100 miles. Our first stop was Duluth - at the Duluth Trading Company. Very expensive place.
Next stop was the lighthouse at Two Harbors. The lighthouse is still operating. We couldn't get in the building but we walked ...
... in the high 30's and expected to go below freezing. Looks like we will be dry camping tonight!!
We are staying at the St. Croix River RV Resort about 20 miles north of Hinckley. Attached is a picture of the coach in the campsite.
Lesson Learned - While Sheila and I disagree on the need for a "PLAN", with this trip I rest my case!!
Chuck and Sheila Noel.
... store to drop off Abby's little Maui Miss bicycle and her booster seat. She has outgrown both this summer.
We stopped in Eau Claire, WI to get the CRV's tires rotated and an oil change. Maura endured the Sears Auto guy's banter while Abby and I window shopped in their fancy mall. Best lunch stop of ...
... into my waterproof map case.
The hazy morning ride was smooth and peaceful for about 20 miles, then I ran over a snake slithering across the road. I was freaking out, picturing the slimy creature tangled up between my tires and fenders, but thankfully, no snake parts were disassembled on Surly! Then, within the next mile, I ran ...