After getting started earlier this week, I came down with a stomach bug. I was laid up in bed. I stayed comfy and cozy. Luckily I had some extra clothes to add to be sure I did not chill. There was a lot of sleep and not much eating.
I keep a jar in the tent to take care of my latrine visits during the night. I appreciate not trudging down to the outhouse in the dark in the middle of a dark cold night. In the morning my jar can get dumped, washed and aired out during packing.
Glad to have my strength back. The previous has the map for my route to Dalbo.
The sign will give you some info on the city and usually spark your interest. I had to check out the Green Step City program. It is a program to help community development through the support of various groups in the state.
These towns quite often have someone famous and I found that Richard Warren Sears grew up in this area in the mid 1800s. I remember when the store was called Sears and Roebuck. Mr. Roebuck grew up elsewhere.
North Branch is at the crisscross of and interstate and state highway. When you are on a trip you know that you will find some nice national chains of stores to choose from for supplies.
The forest has one of the highest densities of bald eagles with 150 nesting pairs. There are 21 established campgrounds and 68 dispersed camping locations. Trails abound too hiking, biking, and snowmobiling.
Most Swedish immigration took place between 1885-1915 and many settled in the upper midwest.
The BNSF is the largest freight network in North American with over 32,000 miles of track in 28 states.
I love my riding days and look to find interesting and informative items to share.
Pacific Coast Highway