Spicer Castle Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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... Long straight good road with farms as far as the eyes could see. I cruised all day through corn, wheat, and soybean fields, cattle farms, dairy farms, lakes, rolling hills, and great vistas all in beautiful weather. What a difference a day makes.
It was also nice to have a fairly short day, 190 miles to Willmar, MN. Apol's Harley Davidson was 10 miles away in Raymond MN. I needed my clutch adjusted. ...
... the designs the farm machinery make on the fields, the falling down barns, the beautifully groomed modern farm yards, the old abandoned home places, the huge rolls of hay, the horses, herds of cattle and flocks of sheep ... there’s lots to see - but I sure don’t like fighting with a prairie wind while I’m driving, and it was pretty much windy all day. It eased off somewhat when I got to Minnesota, probably because ...
It is 2 am and the adventure to the Holy Land begins in the quite cold of an early Minnesota morning. Father in heaven, watch over my wife and children and bless your church here in Raymond. Amen.
Okay... This blog entry is way, way late. I have taken a bit of a hiatus from blogging... but am still committed to uploading the photos that go with the entry.
This past Christmas we spent time in North America... leaving behind summer in Santiago and spending some time with family and friends in MN, Utah ...
... gotta sees"
And lastly, In the town of Darwin, Minnesota, is the quirkiest of all. One man has assembled the worlds largest ball of twine. It weighs in at 70 tons and is just about the only attraction in town. It has been certified by the Guiness Book of Records - so if you want to spend the next 45 years doing nothing but rolling up twine, you too might be able to beat this record.
Too quirky, but that could aslo be said about the guy who went 1 ...