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... Around seven we headed out to dinner. My uncle wanted to take us to Moscow on the Hill. Since it was such a beautiful day we sat out on the patio. I ordered vegetarian dumplings which were filled with potato, onion and Asiago. They were to die for! Just the perfect texture, not too dry. The fresh dill on top really made the dish. David had a spicy lamb sausage and my uncle had fried pork lion topped with ...
I slept great...always a concern when traveling....my room backs onto the elevator, and no question, I was worried about that noise all night, but no problem. I headed down to the restaurant for some coffee and had a smoked salmon/egg/toast combo that I hope is going to stick with me!
Fred and Jeremy were at church, and I debated (briefly!) about getting myself ready for when they were through, but the sun was shining and I really wanted ...
... brother traveled with the presidents, Eisenhower through Clinton, first in the Secret Service and later, I believe, as a photographer or videographer. The corn we were looking at was surrounded by several corn and soybean sacks, which, he explained, were printed with non-color-fast ink so that farmers' wives could then wash/bleach out the color and use the fabric for towels and washcloths. He told us that flour sacks were made out ...
... beat them and have enough time, I will pick up the rental car, check in at our bed-and-breakfast, and then come back to the airport and get them. So we'll see which route is the quickest today! (Later in the day....) The answer to the "race" question is: I won, but not the way I would have liked. We spent over 45 minutes on the ground due to a "message that just popped up" as stated across the intercom by the Captain of the Delta flight to Anchorage, but he was working (via ...
... the park to something resembling its original state although there are now many invasive species. Only about 1% of the original tall-grass prairies that once covered Minnesota remain. The hiking trail goes past the pipestone quarries where you can watch the stone being chiseled using hand tools.
After the hike I drove to Minneapolis and got a room.