AmericInn Hotel & Suites St. Peter
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... shores of Lake Michigan ever since I met Gail, so today was the day. We by-passed the metropolis called Milwaukee and headed over to a town called Port Washington. The first place we stopped was a fish shop called EWIG'S that Gail and her hubby Rog used to stop at. They used to get smoked chubs at this place and then go picnic at a park over looking the lake. No more chubs are to be had. It seems the mussels are/have eaten all the plankton from ...
... that it was bitter cold outside. I'm talking 10 to 15 below zero cold. No heat in the backseat of the car cold. Windows frosted up cold. You get the idea, huh...I also remember Buddie just walking up to the mike and singing. No jumping around, no gyrations, no fireworks, just the music. I also remember looking around and nobody was dancing, they just stood there and listen to the music. It was a fun night.
I took a trip up to Ft Snelling to ...
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 ...
... it!! All that said the completion of the rubix cube will certainly now be on my CV! Ok queenstown, 6 days, 3 nights out and 1000000000 minutes of laughter! The tripod well and truly made the most of ferg burger (the burger is the entire meal, no sides or pudding), 2 for 3 dollar cookie hour and FREE dinner every night at the hostel. We also enjoyed meeting people from the buses behind us and seein what the nightlife had ...
... was the major trip of the Summer. I joined the Twin Cities Ford Model A Club to broaden my knowledge of the pickup and it's history. We were quickly adopted into a circle of great friends and started to make some summer drives with them. As our sons grew, the four of us could not fit into the tight space of the cab and the boys were given a blanket to sit on in the box of the pickup. We only took the boys ...