AmericInn Lodge & Suites Litchfield
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... the designs the farm machinery make on the fields, the falling down barns, the beautifully groomed modern farm yards, the old abandoned home places, the huge rolls of hay, the horses, herds of cattle and flocks of sheep ... there’s lots to see - but I sure don’t like fighting with a prairie wind while I’m driving, and it was pretty much windy all day. It eased off somewhat when I got to Minnesota, probably because ...
Hey everybody! Today I decided to start this blog for my studying abroad! I am hoping to not only upload stories but also links to possibly youtube for a video blog of my trip and experiences! Today I've been getting my packing list down and looking at other blogs online for tips and tricks about packing and living in London! Can't wait to leave! Less than a month!! This is pretty ...
Monday:Green valleys withe snow capped mountains. Temperatures in the low nintys. So-So Chicken Tacos. Stopped when I hit a heavy thunder and lightening storm. The Rocket Inn in Butte Montana.
Tuesday: Snow capped mountains turned into green grasslands. Blue sky and high 80;s, Excellent ...
The walls of the house are built out of bails of straw. They even left a window into the wall, to reveal the rarely used construction insulation. Tom said the house took four years to build. He had to plaster (or stucco) the walls three times. What a daunting job to do once. Everything about their home is special and designed for self-efficiency. They heat all winter with firewood and a central ...
Day 3 (cont):
Then, we were off to the Largest Ball of Twine made by one person in Darwin, MN. It was about an hour drive from Minneapolis. The kids slept the whole way there. When we got there, Sean had to go potty. There were only a couple of businesses around, and most were closed. We ended up go into the 'County ...