Chad Berg, Otsego, showed his wife, Ashley, and us how to do a wheelie on a fat-tire bike. The bikes are still popular and perfect for our trails.
The St. Croix State Forest ATV Trails near us are some of the best in Minnesota. In addition, they are connected to the trails in Wisconsin, including the Gandy Dancer Trail. (A permit is required for Wisconsin trails which can … Continue reading
Innkeeper Sandra, an avid mystery reader, hopes you will join her on Saturday, October 15th at a Chili Feed Fundraiser for the Webster, Wisconsin Larsen Family Public Library. Featured authors will be Ellen Hunt, author of the Jane Lawless and … Continue reading
We planted a dozen varieties of wildflowers from seed several years ago. While they took a couple of years to really get going, they are doing fine now. The first ones to bloom in the spring are the lupines shown … Continue reading
Sandhill Cranes have become frequent visitors at Woodland Trails. The first sighting of these unusual birds was reported five years ago by B & B guests when they exclaimed, “We think we saw two prehistoric birds on one of the fields!”Recently, innkeeper … Continue reading
Can you recognize the famous gate behind the Woodland Trails Rubber Duckie? Here is a huge Hint: President Kennedy made a speech here in which is said, “Ich bin ein Berliner.” It is the Brandenburg Gate which, until the wall … Continue reading
Thanks to Gary Frye and Wanda Gordon, the Rubber Duckie enjoyed a spring break in Cocoa Beach, Florida.
Thanks to Roxann and Daniel Stensby, the Woodland Trails Rubber Duckie has completed its first road trip, to Minneopa State Park.
Recently, guests who have stayed at Woodland Trails many times before asked, “Are you still doing omelets?” While we hadn’t done them for a couple of years, their urging was enough to get us started again. After seeing an omelet-making … Continue reading
Spring is the best time for bird and wildlife watching. One great place to do it is at Woodland Trails Bed and Breakfast. Right outside our windows the finches are becoming very active at the sunflower seed feeders while woodpeckers … Continue reading