- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We returned to the Ogle's cabin in the woods where Glen and Lois prepared a Colorado Omelet over the campfire in a very large frying pan with a large garbage can lid for the lid. It consisted of 3 dozen eggs, bell peppers, onions, tomatoes and then with cheese added on top at the last just to melt. It was very, very good. There are bear hunters with their dogs parked along the way. We left and returned to the camper and be leaving this area ...
... Their fish boils consist of the fish and then onions, carrots and rutabagas. Others brought side dishes and desserts. It was a cold day, mostly cloudy, but it was comfortable because we were all dressed warmly. Everything was on the outside because the cabin is small. There is a river that runs along their property and it is surrounded by a national forest. We left about 3:00 and returned to our campsite. It was a great day! ...
... 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.
... so I decided to go there, it was only 5 miles away. Rib Lake turned out to be a nice little town, and the camp has apparently not been discovered by anyone, because I was the only guest. 74-year host Dean, a former U.S. Marine, welcomed me, and I found a nice site and set up camp. Later I went for dinner at Camp 28, just a mile away. I don't (yet) have a Verizon/HotSpot, so I rely ...