We drove to the trailhead for the Paul Bunyan Trail. We were on our bikes at about 11 AM, very late to start a day of riding.
Our first stop was at Ye Olde Schoolhouse in Guthrie. Bill and Doris were not there, so I texted him and they were at the other trail stop for Guthrie. Soon enough they showed up at Ye Olde Schoolhouse and we replenished our snacks and water.
It was a beautiful ride, but we had a headwind all the way. I hate when that happens!
We finally got to Walker, where we put the bikes in the trailer and walked to lunch. Our table was a canoe!
It was 3 PM when we ate lunch, and we had some discussion about whether we wanted to ride more or give it up for the day. We finally compromised and 5 of us rode the rest of the way to Leech Lake B and B. Dianne got in the truck with Bill. The wind had shifted while we were eating, and we did not encounter the tailwind we expected, but we fairly flew to the inn, between 18 and 21 MPH.
We arrived at the B and B, a beautiful place right on the lake. Our room has a view of the lake. There were several different items for sale here, including Leech Lake B and B bathrobes, modeled here by Diana and Tom.