Because we drag our 34-foot aluminum house behind us everywhere we go, it’s rare that we get the chance to stay in a hotel and almost unthinkable that we’d be able to afford to stay in something called a resort. But thanks to our recent partnership with Explore Minnesota, we rested our weary heads in four different lakeside lodges, cabins and treehouses. Why? The resort is a necessity to the culture of northern Minnesota and a nod to the nostalgic vacations of yesteryear.
Our second visit to a Frank Lloyd Wright project was so very different than our first, but no less impressive. Where Falling Water is known for its low-profile rectangles, Price Tower stands tall and unobstructed and is filled with triangles.