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... br> hungry upon arrival. So, the sleeping room and dinner would be free but the
sandwiches we had to pay for.
This flight contains mostly older people, many quite tired
from their cruises. When we boarded the first time, about ten of them opted for
early boarding "for those who may need a little extra time getting down the
jetway." On our second boarding, the infirm grew to at least thirty.
We were ...
... all with local produce from their CSA! Ice cream dressed in Kurth's homemade strawberry syrup filled the belly to bursting! After dishes we got to seethe rushing Canon River, the cute little town and the beautiful college campuses by night! Quite the travelers themselves, after their one year trek around the US the profs really knew how to be he dearest of hosts. Showers and beds with lovely sheets to fall into giggling and sleep without a ...
... part of the trip to Minnesota.
RC Prague Bohemia – the German Language Club who showed us the theartre in the basement of a hotel. It was unexpected and amazing.
RC Prague International – where we gave our presentation to the group and Rotarians from Scotland – it really was an international expirence.
I could write paragraphs on each club but I do have to get to work.
I want to ...
... Grandpa BoomBoom was a co-founder of The Raspberry Festival /Raspberry Parade which is a huge annual event to this day in Hopkins. I believe its nearing 100 years.
Karen kindly took us on a whirlwind tour of my Mom's old stomppin' grounds including Shady Oak Lake where my Mom life guarded and the Hopkins Library, which, while it is an ever so wonderful library, it sits in the very ...
... Garden and Cowles Conservatory in conjunction with the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board. The sculpture garden is one of the largest urban sculpture gardens in the country with 40 permanent art installations and several other temporary pieces that are moved in and out periodically. The largest (Well, second largest I suppose since they consider a footbridge connecting the sculpture park to a nearby park one ...