Americas Best Value Inn - Faribault
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... good time to Montgomery, about 9 miles from New Prague. Here we took a short detour west and then half a mile south on a gravel road (Becca said, "You guys rode 11 miles of this?!”) to see the little Budejovice church. It’s a tiny Catholic church built by Czech settlers in 1868 that had fallen into disrepair after the congregation moved to a bigger parish. It went over a century without being used. A few years ago a man with Stage 4 cancer felt led ...
... and a Czech soup that was different, but delicious!
The evening was spent playing cards and planning our last day. Becca and Rodney’s house is only 55 miles away, the weather is supposed to be back in the upper 70s, and a 10 mph west wind should push us along. We had planned a 75 mile ride to Winona, on the Mississippi River for the last day. But the winds are supposed to switch to the east again, and it’s supposed to ...
... conversation in between and most of the songs were ones she composed herself....
After the concert we waited out in the lobby to pay our respects, but the crowd was to large to get near her....So we went over to her parents home to wait for everyone to show up.
Soon the entourage came by and we all went inside for some refreshments and food. I introduced Gail all around and son-of-a-gun they had to run to the store to get ...
... drove through a Wind Turbine Field - I guess that's what you would call it. There were over 100 in this area and it was quite a sight to see. Unfortunately it won't translate in the photos, but I'll post one anyway.
In both Sioux City and along the route we took today there were the affects of a terrible ice storm. The damage to the trees was devastating. In our campground alone there must have been 10 big limbs down and several smaller trees lost their ...
... into the physics theory of "quantum nonlocality".
Look back at the ride. All the different characters, personalities, quirks and more thrown together...Each and every one of you made the ride what it was...an epic journey. Each of you was vital to creating the flavor of the ride. Simply play the "what if" game...remove any one person and try and recreate the journey. It simply doesn't work the same. Yes, YOU made the journey what it was, YOU are the cast of characters in the memories burned into our ...