Rand House Bed and Breakfast

Address: Monticello, Minnesota, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located in Monticello, is near Osowski's Flea Market and Orchard, Mississippi Drive Park, and Monticello Mercantile.
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        Beer and chocolate ice cream

        A travel blog entry by extravaganza on Jul 29, 2013

        1 comment, 1 photo

        ... she is entertaining. I do think she is great but again I do not think that she has any type of realistic idea of what happens in the "trenches" sometimes. We do need to improve at things and that is okay. Token lunch...with the instructions to sit with people you don't know. No thank you. We also get assigned "triads" of people that we have to get to know. Couldn't pick the two people that I was assigned out of a ...

        Bikers, Big Heads and Familiar Faces

        A travel blog entry by spoggle on Aug 15, 2012

        15 photos

        ... on we headed through Little House on the Prairie country towards Minnesota where we were going to be meeting our friend Danielle. On our way there we stopped off at a town called Darwin, to see one of those crazy American things, the World's biggest... Twine Ball. Started in the 1950's by a local called Francis Johnson, in his basement, for reasons unknown, this strange undertaking grew and grew, till it out grew the basement and was moved on to ...

        I find myself on the precipice of utility......

        A travel blog entry by laowaibensen on Jul 25, 2012

        2 photos

        ... if it's a pain in the ass to make separate cards. The resulting lessening of confusion will pay off any increased time you invest in a small "where's the bathroom" question translation. I'm going to just print several to a page, cut them apart, and laminate them with some tape.

        The passport and visa process turned out to be much more expensive than originally expected, with the combined total expense being well above $300. Granted, if you have ...

        Minnesota, July and August 2011

        A travel blog entry by rgtraveller on Aug 21, 2011

        9 photos

        ... holes, pushed for major homebuilding and home ownership, began construction of the Boulder Dam (later renamed the Hoover Dam) and passed the bill that limited judicial intervention in labor disputes, to just name a few of his accomplishments and efforts. Unfortunately this poor man really got raked over the coals for the Depression, even though he had no control over it. He even warned Harding, when he was Secretary of Commerce, that the ...

        Visiting Cabellas - Fishing and Hunting Anyone?

        A travel blog entry by aussienutzs on Jan 19, 2011

        67 photos

        ... meat out and left behind the buns. Karl actually made a comment a few weeks ago about my spare tyre. "Mum, just don't eat the top bread off your burger and you won't get fat." Following their Papa Bear.

        After lunch we went down to the African display of animals and saw realistic replicas of a wildebeest, an elephant, a rhino, lions, zebras etc. before checking out the gun section. Papa Bear joked about buying a gun for the 'acreage' and ...