AmericInn Hotel & Suites Mankato _ Conference Center
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This is the last day of our trip. It is both sad and a relief. Sad because I have so enjoyed myself these past two weeks. I love to travel with my husband. It has been such a joy to spend this much time with my in-laws. I am so happy and blessed to be a part of this family. But it will be a relief to get back to my normal routine of home. And the fact of not being in the car for hundreds and hundreds of miles a ...
I read in a humour story book this 'vini vidi Visa - I came, I saw, I shopped' - just thought I'd share!
As Carroll had to work this morning, Grace took us out and about. First we went to a local craft fair, Called 'A Touch of Class', which was nothing like our fairs. It was on a farm and it had barns full of stuff, lots of halloween, autumn, and Christmas things. They were in old barn type buildings, and instead of baskets to put your shopping in, there were metal ...
... priced I had a BBQ slider thing which was really 4 small rolls with BBQ pork on them and fries (not chips cause if you order chips you get corn chips) all for only $16.00 including the tip Bargin!.
Visited the Pandora store while we were shopping and discovered that there is a Minnesota Charm representing the 10 000 Lakes so now I have made the first adddition to my Bracelet and will have to get a snow man soon as well.
... except doing laundry.
Day six began the most grueling part of the ride...the run into Dallas. Hot. Traffic. Nondescript interstate riding to get from point A to point B. Maybe some of the rest of you remember, but I had zoned out. All I knew was that we had friends meeting at a dinner at Lisa's and that I had a "date" with a second grade classmate from Hilo (and her husband) whom I hadn't seen nor heard from in 46 years. A haole (Hawaii term for foreigner, often used to ...
... thing to get used to though (in relation to the mirrored traffic), is crossing the street.
Back home, i would normally look briefly to the right (where the traffic would be first approaching me from), briefly to the left, then back to the right as i crossed, switching back to the left as i reached the other side of the street.
Here, that does not do you a lot of good - while you are busy checking for ...