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So much dirty laundry. (6 states later) We So our first stop is a laundromat. We got there around 12:10 and just missed $1 washes. Boo. But now that we have clean clothes it's time to go shopping! Basil was the excited one here.. for serious. The mall of America was intense... water parks, roller coasters, indoor zip lining, concerts, aquariums.... SO MUCH STIMULUS sensory overload. I think we spent about 3 hours there .. and only ...
... well so he missed out on the excitement.
Now to drag Chris through the Sculpture Garden in 86 degree humid weather. There was one "sculpture" that was a series of 30 or so benches all with an interesting quote written on each one. (this put Chris over the edge...time to get into the shade)
On to our second twins game, our seats were not as impressive for this round so we scoped out a nice central spot at the ...
... 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 ...
... soon enough... We've already hit a few stops, and given that, Chad has deemed it necessary to start a point system. Here is how it works: ok, we don't exactly know how it works, but basically, every time one of us delays our travels, we are given one point. So far, here are the standings: Mike - 1: one point awarded for being sick and forgetting to sign my passport Jared - 1: one point for unknowingly ...
... souvenirs. All in all, it was pretty fun, although a certain male figure did get upset when we were falsely imprisoned by the amusement park which wasted our time and woulldn't let us out of the caged waiting area. It was like a live law school exam anyway, it took two coaster rides to calm down after that, and a sincere hug from Grant. Thanks, G-Man, and sorry to everyone else.
We're off to Fargo ...