AmericInn Hotel & Suites Mounds View
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Today was our second day of driving. We first spotted mountains in Calgary. We drove in a valley for a while. We arrived in Canmore and stopped at a Safeway to grab some more food. We got to Banff and were looking for a campsite. We found one. We got a site and we started getting dinner out. Brad ...
... by means of that convenient handle, his tail, and-“snick !” It is all over. Another ‘possum has been gathered to his fathers in the great beyond, where perennial persimmon trees flourish.
Such is the manner of Levi Colbert, (the colored gen’man) imported for the purpose from Worth County and retained at the Piedmont, as consulting cook, to assist in the postmortem preparation of a hundred ‘possums for the table of the ...
... my sister Nancy hosted a "dump dinner"--the specialty of my sister-in-law Rosie. You boil some water in an enormous pot, and throw in potatoes, onions, ears of corn, crab legs, shrimp, and sausage with a packet of shrimp boil seasoning. In the meantime, the table is covered with plastic, then newspaper, and finally paper towels. After Brad poured off the cooking water, Rosie dumps ...
... In the air probably by about 10pm. Everyone was exhausted. The flight took just over 2 hours. As the flight attendants were coming through I asked them if they had a spare blanket. "No we don't carry them on the plane" was their answer. So, the entire flight I was in a summer dress with sandals and a thin sweater, freezing against my upright chair. They said they would warm it up but did they do it? Oh no, definitely not. I did manage to get some sort of very light sleep for a bit ...
... 101 in Billings!!) and there wasn't a lot of energy for photo ops--sorry bout that! It was almost a relief to get to North Dakota. We mostly think of North Dakota as miles and miles of wheat fields but the western part of the state looks a lot like Montana, especially around the beautiful badlands of Theodore Roosevelt National Park. This area is called Painted Canyon.
Minneapolis is one of my favorite cities, ...