Cameo Rose Victorian Country Inn
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... of the day, we decided we were good to stay. With less than a half hour to spare, we rushed out to McDonald's to make good on a promise of a Happy Meal while on vacation. We reached the Dojang just in time to change back into uniforms. Mom and Anna cheered from the sidelines while Macy competed and Dad helped judge. Since we were there we decided 'why not one more class?' So Macy and Dad rinsed and repeated, and Mom and Anna went in search of a little crafty shopping. One trophy ...
It's not much of an exaggeration to say that there's nothing across southern Minnesota. A lot of wind farms and corn fields followed by your casual slight left hand turn every 100 miles. The area near the Mississippi River was beautiful. Reminded me a lot of Vermont actually... After that though, nothing to write home about (or ...
... some books on tape, making an abundance of jokes about Gary, Indiana (sorry to anyone reading this if you're from there), and yelling at our GPS (Karen). We hit traffic while going around Chicago, which tested both our patience, and our bladder capacities. We finally got through rush hour in Chicago as our urethral fortitude was wearing out. At the McDonald's from heaven, we emptied ourselves and filled up the storm trooper. Ryan was informed by his aunt that the car ...
Saturday we sat around all day in our pajamas. There didn't seem to be any point to taking showers until we were ready to get all dressed up for the party. At 5:45 we went to pick up our friend Donna. Five of us - the same five who used to drive to football games in a VW.... we drove into Donna's driveway and honked the horn and she came out, jumped in the ...
... settings etc. You photographers reading this are probably asking why that's so. Because once again I'm heading on my trip without knowing how to use my ShutterBoss remote shutter! So lesson number one is pretty clear.
In Two Harbors at the light painting at Gooseberry Falls in November, I was lucky to have Bob Conzemius next to me and in just a few seconds showed me things I didn't know as a novice photographer. ...