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... up some time and hopped on to I-90. The Mississippi bridge was under construction and were able to pull over onto the work lane to snap a few Photos. After gassing up off the highway we decided to take Route 14 W. to New Ulm Minnesota. Tomorrow we are off to Hill City South Dakota which is about 520 miles away. Good news, we heard from our friends and they made it safely to South Dakota. 345 /- ...
... will go. I've line the shelves with that rubber no slip liners and now I have to put stuff where we think it will belong. I imagine we will redo this several times until it feels right.
The business is on some acreage with a house and small office in front of the property. Lots of trailers in the back of the property and lots of open space to take the dogs to run and stretch their legs. There is ...
... We saw guys on horses (cowboys) herding a large group of cattle around a pasture. interesting
I think I saw a road runner on the highway in Minnesota. Does Minnesota have road runners?
We go get our trailer today. Yippee! Hopefully pictures will follow.
Let me know if you are getting emails telling you to look at these blogs...I've been told some of you are not ...
8:50 PM grain elevator in Mankato Tick tock
8:57 PM Have a great dinner. How many miles today?
8:58 PM 412 we're not done, just eating, then we hit the road Tick tock
Mankato was originally called Mahkato, meaning greenish blue earth to Mankato's first inhabitants, the Dakota Indians.
The first Europeans came through Mankato in the 1700s looking for ...
... and a even a baby shower going on in the back!) with enough teasing to hold them over for the next 10 month. ;) Geat times!
As I drove home in high spirits, (dangerous for anyone within singing range) I made another spontaneous stop and visited my grandparents Petermeier. And left with a bag of homemade cookies! Mmm mmm! :) Grandma Gruber, with my uncle Tom, had visited the library earlier that day and sung me off on my adventure (also with everyone ...