Historic Hutchinson House B&B
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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On the list for today: Mall of America, Twin Cities Train Museum, and Fort Snelling. Accomplished? Well, not really....but what we did accomplish....naps, rest, first time fishing for Liam, boat ride for the boys, and a BBQ with Diane's friends and family.
When we woke up Sunday morning, we discussed all the things left on the list to see. After Shannon's run we were going to get going. Well, you see, it started to thunderstorm, and there went the plans ...
... 3 stroller wheels (one goes into the street) and then the largest stroller base I have ever seen. Now he needs to put it all together. I took Liam and Marina for a little walk while Art got this done. This all took about 15-20 minutes or at least it seemed like it to me.
It was hot afternoon, a little humid and the kids were starting to get tired. We walked across the bridge, took pictures and enjoyed the scenery. Liam and Marina were in the stroller seats and ...
... cool. Nick even let Artie and Liam play his guitar...which they LOVED!! When it was time to bring the boat in and get ready for dinner, no one wanted to come back home. However, it was dinner time so most were hungry and some of us had to pee....like ME! So here we are getting ready for dinner, there are a few of Nick's friends here joining us for the evening. Brian invited some of the guys over while talking to them on the lake. Reminds me of how Daddy used to invite ...
... for the group, gel-like snakes that tied around our necks to keep body temperatures down. Whether they worked or not, psychologically they were magical! We got into Amarillo late so put the Cadillac Ranch on hold for the morning. This seemed to warp the schedule, but it had been built into the slop in the next day's ride.
Day eight had us climbing all over planted Cadillacs like school kids. A piece of Americana that just is. Not really any sort of historical meaning, but ...
... a bit of a surprise and a real encouragement to me.
We're really excited about making this trip together and seeing what God has planned for us. There's been a LOT of planning, including some French language learning, but God is in all the details and we're looking forward to it all.
Now, on to Paris Wednesday morning!