Quadna Resort and Conference Center
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Up early today and across the northern portion of Wisconsin to meet friends in Proctor, MN (just outside of Duluth). Nice views of Lake Superior this morning and a wonderful lunch visiting with Dave, Lin, Clancy, and Gwen. On to Grand Rapids, MN where we will be ending the day enjoying the land of 10,000 lakes thanks to the hospitality of our ...
... You're doing it wrong!!! With plenty of get-up-and-go still left, we took the inside lane and left him in our dust. Literally. The car is dirty.
Here's to many more curvy miles!
In other car news, the shotgun blast that was heard every time I open the car door has dissipated. Instead, the door seems to be working some sort of jaws-of-life operation. I'm actively not thinking about this issue.
... you have ever been through this area or even Saskatchewan, you will appreciate that there is not much to see, but you can see forever...and you can see storms coming at you for miles and miles... Ron found an amazing restaurant called the Bistro and we had a great supper...what a great find! He enjoyed a pepper steak and I had Pickerel, which they call Walleye here...and we got to use real knives and forks... Nice end to a really tiring long ...
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Driving on our way today we passed a man on a road bike. I was so glad we weren't him!
We pulled into the Pokegama RV Park alongside the Dam. This is the beginning of the Mighty Mississippi River. We were lucky to find the last spot available even in this rain.
We took a stroll across the dam and into the recreation area but there were so ...
... to join the Indians who long inhabited this remote realm of sparkling lakes and dense green forests—an enchanted land that has inspired more than its share of legends, folklore, and of course, stories about the fish that got away. As you drive through the region, where wild orchids brighten hidden bogs and the Mississippi is but a gentle woodland stream, it’s easy to see why so many tall tales have been born here.