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... great place to get homemade pie. This is where I met my new friend, Barb. She served me pie! Palisade is a population of 167, Crazy small. The Palisade Cafe was a tiny little dive on the GRR. I walk into the cafe and Barb is sitting there reading the paper. I asked if I could get lunch and she couldn't get up quick enough and say, "You betcha'!" As I sat down she figured out I wasn't from here and made me order the stuffed hash browns. I asked for a half ...
... maintaining the original design but continuing to add modern touches. They have many upscale stores too!
We had wanted to check out this area of Minnesota before heading east! There are some amazing lakes & charming ...
... the great Mexican food last night? I was remembering about 2am this morning :-(
Forgot to tell you yesterday that was racing past a long freight train which always puts a grin on my face...black and white TV, the gang rode their horses alongside the train and jumped on...I guess I still am a 60 something Kid (or in my second childhood already).
... Headwaters shot.
About 1/2 into the day following the signs faithfully I turned onto a dirt road! and there was a second sign just down the way as if to say yes this is the way! Well it was a true washboad road and I am glad I had my front suspension upgraded this year! The road went on and on. Stright sections, S curves and bends all while following the river. What seemed like a days ride I saw a Stop Sign ahead with a tarmac road...Joy! I ...
We began the day touring the National Buffalo Museum in Jamestown, ND, which actually was not much of a tour at all. There was a small old frontier town, a few buffalo statues, a gift shop and a small herd of buffalo, which included an albino buffalo. Fortunately, it was free. Nonetheless, I took a photo of John with one of the statues.
We drove on to Minnesota and I began searching the Trailer Life Campground Guide for a RV ...