Travel Blogs from Abbotsford
... butt moving and really pack. It's 10 at night now and I'm still not completely packed, but it's a work in progress right? We packed a lot for this excursion, but it's in my blood to be an over-packer. You never know when you're going to need the seemingly frivolous things. But when an emergency strikes, you can bet I'll be prepared with my stuffed luggage.
I am so excited ...
Pleasant Wisconsin roads. Stopped in town of Owen, had picnic as lots of bread, summer sausage and cheese in cooler.
Anna then drove -- didn't stop again until reached border -- where Mississippi and St Croix rivers join, so crossed Mississippi twice except the first was actually St Croix River. [At Prescott, Wisconsin and Hastings, Minnesota]
Very hot -- above 90 and humid. Had 2nd stop just across St Croix, possibly Lake Rebecca Park.
Rita, my ghostwriter, has been doing the blog so far, but eventually I will have to take over and I'm now taking the first tentative steps. When I left Scandinavia, WI, on Tuesday, I headed north on highway 13, a delightful trip through fields and woods with the top down. Shortly after Medford I decided to look for a camp to spend the night. I spotted a sign that said Rib Lake ...
This afternoon we had a second lunch in Boyd. We then biked in the heat over 20 miles of mixed rolling hills and farmland. Most of the farmland belonged to Mennonites. They had the prettiest and most well kept farms we saw all day. It is now cooling ...
... and different items. The food was delicious and the people, about 250, were all so very friendly. Their son-in-law has a band and they sang and also the little great-grandson sang along with his guitar. We are at the camper now and will gather our big coats and chairs and go back and sit around the campfire tonight.
We will be leaving in the morning for ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed