Blue Belle Inn B&B and Tea House
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We left Chicago early Saturday morning (9/13). Jeff and Mark made us a nice breakfast, helped us load the car and we were off. First tourist stop was the Spam Museum in Austin, MN. I did not realize Spam does not contain any snout or hoof...just premium pork shoulder. People were walking out with cases of this stuff. ...
... the Midwest. The Walleye was as fresh and tender as any we have ever eaten in Wisconsin. The brown butter was a compliment to the fish and did not mask any of its flavor. Our only complaint was we couldn't finish all of it since the tail end had a lot of bones. That said, we were full by then anyway since we had a really nice salad for an appetizer.
Well after the great meal there on Tuesday Mary and I decided to go back to Powder House again last night and we were ...
... out for the evening. The drive today was quite long and I had such a hard time staying awake!! We didn't experience anything too exciting today. All of the cool and exciting country is in our rearview now :( We are headed towards Chicago ...
... fast, all afternoon. They would come and hang out with Clare every once in awhile in the sprinkler pool but it was great the way the pools were set up so you could see the whole area from wherever you were standing. They had lots of lifeguards on duty who had microphones that went over the speakers if they needed to talk to a child. They had a canteen that was run by the skating club and the snacks were very ...
... 28.6 percent of this crucial industry. We rock! And here are some other interesting facts about trucking:
§ We might rock in percentages, but we don’t rock in truck manufacturing. The largest truck manufacturer is not American; it’s Japan’s Isuzu, which manufactures over 450,000 commercial vehicles annually.
§ Save your dough if you want to become one of the 1-in-9 ...