Conveniently located on Hwy 210 in Carlton, MN, just 3 miles off I-35,
right on the Willard Munger Trail near Jay Cooke State Park.

Sunday, June 19, 2011


There are lots of songs about summer. Everyone here in the Northland looks forward to it. In some places people want to escape it, but here we delight in the prospect of nice weather that warm and not too hot.

Here's a favorite from the wayback machine... Doc Watson sang it, and many others have chimed in. Summertime.

Summertime, and the livin' is easy,
Catfish are jumpin' and the cotton is high.
Your daddy's rich, and your momma's good lookin'...
hush, little baby, darlin' don't you cry.

We do hope you'll make it down our way this summer, weather to check out the paintings and pictures on our walls, or to take one of our bikes out on a trail. There's plenty to see, and most of all, we'd like to see you, too. So come on down.

Batique horse by Charla.

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