Friday, August 10, 2007

Lake City, MN

Recently, we spent a few days vacationing in Lake City, MN. This beautiful little town is located along Lake Pepin on the Mississippi River. Lake City is the birthplace of water skiing, and it has the largest marina of small boats on the Mississippi.

We stayed in the AmericInn and enjoyed the pool and hot tub after spending time sightseeing in near-by towns from Red Wing to Wabasha.

One evening, we ate dinner in town at Port of Call. It was a little on the pricier side, but well worth it. I had broiled Cod, and our engaging waitress made sure to keep gluten off my menu.

Walks along the water were quite enjoyable. We saw dramatic fog as well as gorgeous sunny views. Beavers, ducks, gulls, and of course the bald eagles were there to entertain us further.
We want to go back and explore it some more! --LKR

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