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Douglas High School class of "57", August 2002







We have hosted small family reunions of 40 guests or less.  There are 23 separate beds ranging from singles to king size in five different accommodations, so the total number we can accommodate depends on the utilization of the double, queen, and king size beds.  There is also a campground area with restroom and campfire pit.  We have the ability to cater some or all of the meals needed.

For businesses or groups looking for a destination for a planning retreat, we would have the same accommodations and catering service available, plus a meeting room suitable for a group of up to 15 to 20 participants.  We are flexible and will tailor the meeting to meet your needs as to dining and amount of days needed. 

Below are pictures of a two day planning meeting with over twenty participants, complete with power point presentations and wireless internet access.  The group took an evening cruise on Lake Sakakawea after they finished their dinner of steak and walleye.  A lunch of the B&B's specialty, Indian tacos made with fry bread, was served to the group the next day before they left.


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 A power point presentation on the wall



Coffee, juice, sodas, and fresh caramel rolls  available at all times


Some participants brought families, and the campground and fire pit were utilized with toasted marshmallows and "smores" the order of the evening



Flip charts were also used and taped up on the perimeter during a brainstorming session


A neighbor with a large double deck pontoon agreed to take the group for an evening cruise



Lots of room and it was a beautiful evening..probably not talking "boardroom" stuff now

Arlen helping secure the boat after the cruise.  Notice the "Employee of the Month" T-shirt.  A little Russian humor as it was a birthday gift from Marina from Siberia who worked for us.



Looking at the main house from the campground.  The meeting was in the lower level, and the meals were catered on the deck up on the top level.

The same group held a planning meeting here a few years ago and the evening recreation was some trap shooting over the creek bank.



Pull!!!!   Some of these guys were very proficient at smashing clay pigeons


View of the campground area



Chairs around the fire pit and a restroom in the building behind the spruce trees



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