Americas Best Value Inn - Faribault
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... us as “foreigners,” taking pictures of a farmer on his tractor as the locals drove by. Talk about being tourists!
Made 15 mph to Shieldsville (does that sound like an American town, or what!) where we took a rest break at mile 23. We had entered the lake country again, large lakes this time, that looked lovely for swimming and boating. Our lunch stop in Faribault was only 12 miles further on, but we’ve found that taking a ...
... Then we rode off on the bike trail (Hutch is laced with great bike trails!) to connect with Hwy 22 and headed east. We felt good and averaged 15 mph for the 18 miles to Glencoe – a taste of Scotland! The road had wound around and gone gently up and down, but it was fast and pleasant. We took our first break at a Casey’s mini-mart, and since they have terrific donuts, Dave and I each had one for a snack.
The venue was full of folks and after some discussion with the ticket sellers (I had my ticket on my smart phone) we were allowed to pass their security table. Elderly ladies with authority are a force to be reckoned with, I tell ya...The ticket takers didn't even ask for our tickets on the way in. We found seat just off center stage, settled in and soon enough the show began.
The lead in entertainment was a 18 year ...
... br> I installed rebuilt steering arms and new wear surfaces in the steering links. I also rebuilt the steering gear and adjusted it to a point of virtually no free play in the steering. It hasn't been this good in years. It required many trial fits of the components to get it to this point. I also set the toe-in to be 1/16" of an inch as part of the getting ready process. Looking our tires over, I decided to replace ...
... in high school and later, after we were both married, we lived about a mile apart, went to the same Church and our children went to the same schools together. It’s been a few years since we’d seen her and Dave, although we keep in touch through email, so it was a very nice afternoon.
The area where we lived for so many years has changed so much. When we built our house, we lived on a narrow gravel road and ...