The Lodge on Otter Tail Lake
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... me of the metal palmetto trees in Columbia! Several buildings had interesting architecture. It was a very interesting city and we enjoyed touring.
After we arrived back at the camper storms began to roll in. In checking local TV the Fargo area had tornado warnings and sightings, hail, lots of wind and some terrible weather right in the place we had been. Once again we got away at the right time. Ignorance is bliss!!
... 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 ...
... is a big deal in August when it opens. But many people visit throughout the year. Sounds corny but it is worth seeing.The idea of it was to encourage homesteaders to move to South Dakota and settle there growing corn.
We stopped at Fort Sisseton State Park. Lots of cottonwood trees.It was a lovely place but you couldn't sit outside as the cotton-like material was flying/floating out of the trees and covering everything -like thick cobwebs. We walked down ...
... 8211; it was a great storm! So we let the clothes get mostly dry, and when the rain stopped, we took it all out to the camper and drove back to the motel.
If you’re a cyclist, you’ll know that most cycling clothes don’t go in the dryer. So Dave strung a rope criss-crossed across the camper and we hung up the last of the clothes to dry. It looked like we belonged in a “trailer trash” neighborhood!
The last of ...
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 ...