AmericInn Hotel & Suites Owatonna
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... of the women of our family riding together – and headed for West Concord. And it was a great way to finish this year’s trip – sunshine, a nice tailwind, and the 4 of us riding together. What a blessing from God to be able to do these trips!
We cruised along at sometimes 21 mph, and then when we’d go up a gradual hill, Haydynne would pedal so hard to help her mom – and Becca says it really does help. We saw the ...
We will be here for a week checking the local area and resting. We will be adding more after we do the exploring this wk. Fri night was pizza night. On the 16th we did nothing but rest, and I did some laundry. The 17 on Sunday we decided to visit our home church online. We sat in our living room of the camper and watched Pastor Frazier give the message. Also ...
... we stopped for cheese, and we stopped in Sparta Wi home of the bicycle AND the fiberglass graveyard. It was an interesting adventure to say the least. Lots of fun though and plenty of giggles. The fiberglass graveyard had a lot of itchy grass and bugs but we survived. Ending for the night in Mn only to keep on truck in' in the morning. Are we having fun ...
... the road after it happens. There was everything from deer to raccoons to possums. Charming I know. Our lunch stop was at a small visitor centre that had a grassed area but that's about it. We arrived at the campsite in the late evening and dinner was quickly prepared and laundry done. We sat around the campsite for a bit but then the rain came and as usual everyone dispersed pretty quickly to bed for the ...
... departure time but I don't think we got out before 10:00. 8:00 is 8:45? 8:15? 8:30? Did it really matter? The route was laid out sketchily with only the towns for the night and a few interesting stops really identified. Departure times were scribbled on a piece of paper. They were quickly abandoned. The only important thing was to get from point A to point B sometime during that day...whether it was 200 miles or 400 miles. Accomplishing that would get us across the U.S. and ...