A couple of weeks ago, I was in a campground in Minnesota’s Lake County when a man and woman got in a dispute.
The argument went on for hours before the campground staff finally came to the aid of the man, who was injured.
The man was then treated at a local hospital for minor injuries.
When I visited the camp site this week, I found a number of other people who were camping at the same spot as the man.
I wanted to find out how the campsite had fared.
First, I checked with the local county sheriff’s office.
“I’ve never had an issue like this before,” the spokesman, Jeff Friesen, told me.
But Frieser says that he had a “bad experience” with a camp in the 1980s.
“I’ve seen it happen in the past,” he said.
“It’s always been a problem.”
The campsite at the Lake County campsite.
It’s hard to tell from the pictures.
The lake is about 20 miles north of Lakeville, Minnesota, and a large portion of it has been drained for recreational purposes.
The campground is located in the woods near the lake’s edge.
Friesen says that there have been a number, but not the large number of complaints that he is seeing now.
I contacted the campgrounds’ owner, Matt Wahlstrom, and asked if the campsites were doing well.
He said that the site had performed well and that he was planning to build a new campground next to the lake.
But that the campsground was no longer a problem.
He did say that the campers should be more careful.
“They should be careful to watch the dogs around here,” he told me, adding that he has not had a problem with dogs.
Wahlstrom is a property manager for a local group called Friends of the Lake, and he also owns Camping Inc., a company that sells campgrounds to tourists and other campers.
He said that he hadn’t had a lot of complaints about the Lakeville campground.
But, he said, he noticed that a lot more people were camping in the same areas.
He suggested that people keep a close eye on their dogs and campers around the lake, but he also said that campers need to be careful of their pets, too.
In an email, Wahlstroem told me that the Lakeland campsite “was a disaster.
The water was freezing and it was hot out.
The dog was in such a bad state it had to be euthanized.”
I was surprised by the number of campers at the campsite.
But there are certainly some that are concerned.
The Lakeland campground’s owner, Tom Rieder, told CNN that he doesn’t see any issue with the camp in general, but said that there is a “small group” of people camping there.
Rieder says he has had to euthanize one dog.
He told me he was in the middle of the lake on Sunday and noticed a large, furry animal that appeared to be about five or six feet long.
He thought it might be a dog, but it was obviously a human.
I asked if he was concerned about the health of his dogs, and Rieders response was a little different.
He didn’t want to comment on whether the dogs were ill or healthy, but told me there were “a couple of small dogs that have been very ill.”
He added that there were also several human campers who were also “very ill.”
I asked Riederman if the camp was a breeding ground for the dogs.
He replied, “Absolutely.”
It’s possible that the animals at the campsitep are actually wild boars that are “raised and bred to go into the lake and breed,” Riedermans daughter, Jessica, told local media.
The family has had one of the animals in their care since 2006.
According to Wahlstroms campground, “the Lakeland camping area has been in continuous use for nearly four decades.”
He said he plans to have a “major re-opening” of the camp next year, and plans to open more campgrounds in the area.
For some people, the Lakewood campsite has become a regular stop on their weekend trips to the nearby Minnesota State Fairgrounds.
I reached out to Matt Wollstein, the owner of Camping, Inc., and his wife, Debbie, for their thoughts on the lakeland campsites.
Both replied that the Lakeside campsite was “doing fine” and “is not a breeding site for dog aggression.”
They did say, however, that the lake was “very dangerous” and they had “received reports” of dogs biting people.
Wahlstein told me it is a big concern, as the area is used by people from the Twin Cities to the