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... and a couple of bridges that take you over to some islands on the other side but most of my time spent there was spent walking around! I did however spend some time in a small park called Mear Park. That's quite a beautiful place especially considering that it's in a city! There were lots of squirrels there so I got some really nice photos of some of them on trees and bouncing around on the grass! For lunch I decided to walk to a Japanese restaurant that apparently has ...
... doing activities that we can't do in our winter visits.
Last Sunday was a beautiful day and we had a delicious brunch with our friends Todd and Diana. After, while Diana and I went walking & chatting in Spanish, Todd, John and the girls went fishing with his new boat in one of the 10.000 Minnesota lakes. They caught a lot of fish but, again, they did not keep any "sample" so we can only see the ...
... a table with Ralph and Helene, who we spoke with at length throughout the journey, and they were great company. Rodney and Vera, and Jason our tour guide also joined us. We didn't really see scenery that was spectacular, but it was a lovely evening and it was really cool to be on such a famous river. Along the way there were Herons and Egrets. The buffet was nice without being great, and although there was a lack of plates and cutlery for desert, it ...
... a great combination of old and new. Stretched out along the Mississippi, at the locks near the falls, are multiple renovated buildings that demonstrate the rebirth of the city. The Mill Museum retains the walls from the time it exploded but has built a glass-and-steel structure inside. Beyond that, the Guthrie stands as a black box with a big erection. Along the river are the ruins of the old mill, now part of the walking path. The ...
... the Twin Cities has been great. Though it was less than a week ago, it already feels like a long time ago that we were making daily visits to the Mexican Consulate, hoping to get official visas for our year in Mexico. A stop at the Hennepin County records office to get a copy of our marriage certificate, as they were thrown off by our different last names, a visit to a photo shop for passport-sized photos of each of ...