Nordic Inn Medieval Bed and Breakfast
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After dropping Jen & the kids off at the airport for their flight back to California. We drove around the Minneapolis-St. Paul area and checked out the first indoor mall in America. We were pleasantly surprised, even though it's old ...
... from a farmer's yard, we stopped. We found some fresh steelhead at Costco, (of course, it was enough for several meals.) and bought it for dinner. John cooked it on our little grill and the whole meal was delicious. After dinner, we walked down to Edna Lake at the Nisswa Resort to watch the sunset. It is still warm in the evenings in the Midwest, which makes them quite pleasant.
We figured out a route to get to Cape ...
... day today. Drove straight through northern Wisconsin into Minnesota. We're at Crosby City Park, Minnesota for tonight. Looking forward to seeing the National Parks by early next week.
Have a safe and happy Labor Day Weekend all! Bristol will be rolling up the sidewalks this weekend!
Happy 3rd birthday to Samantha on the 31st!
... Seen at least 3 signs that said "Coon Dog Cemetary". Thought that was kind of odd until Del almost hit a Coon Dog in Corinth, MS. Had to stop at the Piggly Wiggly in Alabama. What a genuine treat. Went down the Ricketts Highway in MS. Thought it was kind of odd to name a highway after a disease that you lead the nation in. We both had opportunities to swap our bikes today. Mine for a decked out Caddy. Del's for a trailer house in Memphis. Decided against it on both ...
... curves - no exaggeration. 322 miles, over 1100 so far total. Highlights: Once we hit Arkansas, we went through the must-see tourist towns of Yellville, Ralph, Mull, Loafers Pride and Timbo. Apparently WE are the ones with the accent. Hog jowls are actually served in restaurants here. If you missed the exit for the Waffle House, don't worry, there's one at the next ...