The Lodge on Otter Tail Lake
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... crossed the sidewalk as well as the road. The sidewalk even had it's own little safety arm that comes down to stop pedestrians. Jim was really taken with that! There were some really neat stores and I actually bought something! I know you've been worried that I hadn't bought something before now but I was waiting for the right things to buy. Believe it or not I got shoes and some pants!
It was wedding day in Fargo.The Catholics were outside after a ...
... supposed to have a nice little art museum. We will see. My sister Jane and her husband Don are also on a road trip. They are heading west in Billings, Montana - a little more than a day ahead of me. They have been getting the bad weather with storms, hail and ...
... a free area for overnight camping in their carpark.
Day 27. Sunday 21 June 2015
Next morning we woke to the sound of rapid gunfire. A short distance away was the quick draw competition. Contestants, young and old,male and female, one win a wheelchair and one with one arm lined up, 5 at a time and drew and fired at a target which lit up. They scored for accuracy and time. Some had no score. It was an elimination until there were 2 left. They ...
... we were thankfully protected from the wind by trees and the railroad cut. So we made decent time, and when the rain stopped, we began to dry out – a little. It was much better for conversation, too, without the wind, and we had a good time. We decided to pull into Dalton – a hamlet supposedly 3-6 miles from our stopping point at Ashby. We say supposedly because the maps had shown 15 miles from Fergus Falls to Ashby, the trail marker had said 16 ...
Traveled to Detroit Lakes, Minnesota. We are staying overnight at Forest Hills RV Resort. The resort is located on a nice golf course. Unfortunately, the golf course is maintained with Toro and Jack equipment.
On our way to Detroit Lakes, we explored some of Minnesota's 10,000 lakes. We seen a lot of water fowl but that was really the extent of wildlife we encountered.
Chilled out the rest of the day.
Chuck and Sheila Noel ...