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Travel Blogs from Faribault
... entertaining, and Auntie Diane and Shannon took a lot of pictures and videos. Uncle Brian's lesson began with sharing with the boys some safety procedures and that if they played around or hurt anyone with their hooks, fishing would be all over for them until next year. Uncle Brian is such a patient coach to the boys and they responded to him well. Off the Backes' deck the boys barely put their fishing rods in the water and they got a bite. The sweet kernels ...
... up front. This didn’t last long. Artie’s now walking and he’s not happy. Liam decides it’s time to act up, Liam out of the stroller, Artie in, Liam’s walking and he’s not happy. Shannon carry’s him for a while, I’m pushing the stroller, Art’s taking pictures and we head to Tugg’s to eat lunch. Liam eventually ended up on Arts shoulders and he was happy again.
I forgot how you have to bribe your kids to be ...
... friends over to eat when they were younger. Good memory. Ok, so now I'm being hassled about going upstairs, so I will finish this up later. Brian is grilling some chicken and the evening is just perfect.... So dinner on the deck was very good. Brian super slow cooked some chicken, so we ate around...oh, I think 10pm, but the wait was well worth it. Apparently, Brian has a new cooker thingy and burned chicken last week. In an effort to not repeat that occurrence this week, ...
... an oasis in the middle of nowhere just off I-40. Following a trusty GPS, we wound up on the wrong exit. "You are here" was in the middle of nowhere! You would all recall that every day in the closing miles, we would speed up like horses heading to the barn. We all took the same exit. Some were stopped at a light. Those of us in the lead forgot to stand a sentry at the point where we were turning around. We turned around and got back to the road...the rest of the bikes and the pumpkin ...
... in this area. Vonnie pulled right up and parked in the 1st row of parking at the entrance of the place. We were expecting some crowds but that wasn’t the case. People come from all over (lots from Canada) to shop here due to the mass selection and no sales tax. This is a pretty good sized mall covering around 30 acres of land, 4 stories high and holding over 500 stores plus other stuff like an amusement ...
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