AmericInn Hotel & Suites St. Peter
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... of fish and those species are dying out. The man told us that all the Great Lakes are full of these nasty things. Bummer.
We cruised the town and the harbor and found the park that Gail used to go to. It is a wonderful place to visit as it sits atop a bluff with steep drop off down to the lake shore. The views are spectacular and the city of Port Washington has placed benches and picnic tables through out the park for the public to ...
... also. I think...Maybe,
I was supposed to leave Waterville today, the 28Th of July and head back to Wisconsin. I didn't. Why you ask ?? Well it was storming a lot during the night, and was raining when I got up. The forecast said another storm was headed this way. Seeing how the last time I was in Wisconsin and driving ol Charlie I got caught in a massive storm. I don't want to do that again. Tomorrow is supposed to be sunny and warm...Maybe I'll leave ...
Day 11 - Hutchinson to New Prague
What a great day! And how great it is to be able to say that! We so enjoyed our overnight with Leah in Hutchinson, seeing Abby & Ryan and their kids, and meeting Aileen and Josh, and then lots of visiting with Leah. Such hospitality!
We all got up about 7 and Leah had already fed the girls some cereal while Becca went for a 3 ½ mile run (at a sub-9 minute/mile pace!). The rest of us ...
... the time from work and my young family. During the process of the restoration, I made up my mind I would start watching for a Model A of my own. I found and purchased a '28 Closed Cab pickup in 1991 and took three years to rebuild it. After the restoration, I drove the Pickup with these retired friends to various locations. It was kind of comical as they felt a trip to a neighboring town 11 miles away ...
... reason. It was just a town in the mountains that happened to be right between the Skyline Drive and the Blue Ridge Parkway...a typical mountain town. An ordinary piece of Americana.
Day 2 was meant to continue to increase our efficiency at getting moving in the morning, continue to get used to daily protocols, increase our mountain riding skills and comfort levels and to simply ride the Parkway. At the end, fortunately, was the kitschy town of Mt. Airy, the birthplace of ...