America's Best Inn Stanley
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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! ...
... the trees. We found some Wisconsin cheese and some pure maple syrup that was made up here on the farm.
We have been seeing a quite a few wild turkeys, some deer and even an eagle! There are so many corn and soybean fields and many, many dairy ...
... of the leaves so pretty. We stopped along the way and ate off the buffet that had fish and clam chowder. It was a great view on Lake Wisota. We came back to the camper and our just enjoying the view here at the campsite. It is misting rain with a cold north wind blowing. We are sitting here watching a baseball game in front of the fireplace with Smokey snuggled in his bed in front of the fireplace. Such a lovely ...
We got up this morning and the fog was pretty heavy. Not enough to make the driving hard, but enough so that we couldn't see much beyond the road. We didn't get to see much of Minnisota. When we could see, we saw thousands of acres or corn and soybeans that are ...