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... told that we may not actually see anyone there, depending on who is researching what. Who cares?! We get to go where very few 'normal' (non-scientists) get to go. We will get a personal 90 minute tour from the custodians who live there. I am just hoping that we can take pictures.
Today's lesson? If you don't ask, the answer will always be NO. Now, what else should we try to do?
... all started making plans for our kids for those two weeks that we will be gone. Summer school, grandparents, older siblings, friends, and of course... Dads!
The other night we headed to the Dell's for a meeting with DPI and FFT to accept our grant and learn what else we needed to do. It was awesome! We met three of the people from DPI and FFT and about 6 other fellows. What a great meeting! Hearing about the other fellows ...
The wind blew and it misted rain all night. We drove around the area again today and then visited with Glen and Lois Ogle this afternoon. They had 2" of snow on the ground this morning. It has been in the 40's all day. A lot of the leaves have fallen ...
It rained some through the night and the temperature dropped into the 40's. We are very comfortable in our camper and have been able to use our fireplace. It is just beautiful and cozy in here. Smokey slept better last night thank goodness. We drove along Chippewa River today and through Lake Wisota State Park and also Brunet Island State Park. The drive was just gorguess through the parks and along the river with ...
We got up this morning and the fog was pretty heavy. Not enough to make the driving hard, but enough so that we couldn't see much beyond the road. We didn't get to see much of Minnisota. When we could see, we saw thousands of acres or corn and soybeans that are ...