TripAdvisor Reviews Wildwood Escape Crane Lake
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... setup camp, the waves were much higher with
whitecaps. We explored our landing area by gathering lots of wood for
a couple day stay. To Bogie's chagrin, the waves come from the west
so we could not even fish from shore plus the winds did not settle
down all the next day – not a big deal when one has firewood, a
good book, wine and Scrabble. We had great sunsets and even with a
the new time change we went to bed at 9pm and awoke at 5am so the day
got started a little bit earlier.
the road we went with the hopes of making it to Bemidji Minn. but
fell a little short and had to stop in Warba about 80 miles east.
The pounding of the highway was a little too much. This was the
longest day of our trip so far. As we ventured west the weather
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 ...
Day 31. Thursday 25 June 2015
We drove to International Falls which is on the border with Canada. It is on Rainy Lake which is lovely. A nice town and we had a walk around, had coffee at a lovely cafe and drove on to a bog lake near Pelican Lake at Orr. it was peat and had a floating boardwalk. We saw some lovely flowers including orchids.We thought we would stop early today and it ...
... off we went to Kettle Falls! The Kettle Falls area has been a meeting place for generations, starting with the native people who lived in the area and traveled and traded with each other all along these hundreds of miles of waterways.
Later came the voyageurs, the French Canadian fur trappers and traders for whom the park was named. Loggers, gold miners and finally tourists followed. We had lunch at ...