Schmidt's Landing Resort
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... berry wine....red ass, 3 red necks, cranberry and pheasant reserve ....228.85 on visa. Supper at chute rooster's. FABULOUS,!!!! Shared buffalo sirloin with home fries and outstanding veggies. Excellent evening!!!!!!!!! Supper ( including cocktails and wine...61.46 on visa.....tip..20.00 cash.......made the evening terrific!!!!!!!!!!! Overnight at super 8........the only motel in town that was open. 58.00 on visa final total ...
... 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 ...
... game) and also visited with Gary and Rosemary's son Bob, his wife Jodi and their two daughters, Allie and Sidni.
Back on Friday, before leaving Wayne and Coleen's I had somehow twisted a muscle in my lower back. It was still very painful and luckily Rosemary loaned me her heating pad. The heating pad and I became good friends for the next couple of days and nights and I'm happy to say the muscle tightening has all but disappeared with help ...
... park office and she confirms availability. Must have been last minute cancellation she says. I call the reservations number she gives me and make the reservation. $20 for the night.
"Can I book two nights?"
"No, Saturday night is full."
We head north on I-29 through corn fields and some potato fields. Over hill and dale so to speak another 60 miles north then 12 miles west (I ...
... fun getting there on Friday though - a normal three and a half hour journey took 8 hours, weaving through crazy rush-hour traffic, dodging intense hail storms by stopping at Tudor's and feasting on Cold Stone ice-cream on the way.
Thanks Tom, to you and the family and the party of dogs that entertained us!