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Aug 21, 2015 - Warroad

Left Carman and drove to Warroad, Minesotta. Checked out the Municipal Park but it was quite cramped and so we headed to the Casino. They had 50 Amp hookups but no water or sewer. Had water on board and empty tanks.....No problem (especially since they were complimentary for customers!) We had lunch at the restaurant and walked the puppets... toured around Warroad for a bit and located a few of my old haunts from when we were stationed near here in 1976/77. We tried out the Legion Steak house the next night but were totally disappointed...

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Jun 20, 2013 - Into Minnesota

Days 107 - 108 of The Big Trip When we left Grafton, on July 19, drove north a few miles and then headed east and crossed the Red River into Minnesota. The land continued to be green and flat. Passing through Karlstad, we found we were in the home of Mattracks and the CB chatter between Clark and Jim was about how they'd really like some of those tracks on a vehicle. Our destination was Warroad. We didn't know what we would find here in this little town. On June 20, we took the time to wash the mud off the bottom of the motor home and then...

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Jun 25, 2010 - Warroad, MN

At 10:30 last night, the phone rang. Springsteal Resort has a launch going out at 8:30 in the morning. Did we want to join the scheduled group? Yes. Yes, we want to go and yes, I said we. This morning we head to Springsteal Island for a day on the water. The captain is taking his father, uncle and cousin out fishing. It is a good group for us to join. I buy a one-day license, but I figure I will be the photographer. The fishing is going to be difficult. The “hatch” is early this year. The walleyes have gone deep. I prepare for a...

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Jun 24, 2010 - To Warroad, MN

At the café in Cavalier, the locals see our RV and ask about our trip. They confirm that we probably saw a fisher at Lake Metigoshe State Park. They refer to the mountain area as “The Bush.” They ask if we are going to Warroad and recommend some places to check out. It is always good to get local knowledge. Our drive is much nicer today. We cross back into Minnesota. The road is scenic and we see many deer. The fields continue to be a brilliant yellow from the wildflowers. We arrive at Warroad early. We have all afternoon to settle into our...

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Jul 30, 2008 - Day 109 Warroad Minnesota Page 54 C5

Day 109 Wednesday 30th July Warroad Minnesota Page 54 C5 The scenery today was similar to what we have seen for the last few days, with the exception that we saw some additional crops, including sunflowers, potatoes, corn and flax, a pleasant change to the canola and wheat. For those who don’t know which part of the canola plant is used (like me) it is the canola seed. About 40% of the seed is oil. When the oil is extracted, the husks etc is fed to cattle. Flax is grown for the oil (linseed oil and fibre for linen cloth. We used the ring...

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