AmericInn Lodge & Suites Wahpeton
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... heard so much about" introductions we were naturally eating and asked to join them for a Paynesville High School Play-off football game later that night
We reveled on the tour which also included "The Ice House" which was
built around 100 years ago where they stored ice from Lake Le Homme Deau in the
winter and naturally cooled this charming respite through ducting engineered
... boys" Larry & Joe
Larry Vipond and his wife AnnJean invited us for dessert at their palatial home after Happy Hour. They live on a lake, pretty much "their" lake and substantial acreage and while it was night time we saw aerial pictures of the property. They have 4 children and 12 grandchildren and all are featured throughout the home.
Pride and prejudice our common theme once again. And magnificent desserts that ...
... at all!
Unfortunately, 10 days off the bike and only a few rides back in London had dented my improving fitness and I was not prepared for how hard my return would be. I don't think either the wind or the 90 degree heat (at 9am!) helped. I had 2 options the first was 60m to Pelican Rapids or 95m to Battle Lake. Unfortunately, the latter was not an option as I was shattered on arrival in Pelican. I did sit in a ...
I've never been a fan of writing, even though it is largely what I do. I've always thought in the back of my head that there is really no good way to write about oneself. You either come off as self-absorbed, misleading, or vapid. Unless you're honest, in which case the writing will at least be self-absorbed and genuine, if not also vapid.
I, of course, have just as many self-absorbed and misguided ...
It had kind of seemed like we've been in a bit of a gift card drought. It hadn't been, we believe, for lack of trying. We really tried our best to keep diligent eyes and ears out for opportunities to give. But really--we'd been spending a third of our days in our van, another third sleep, and the other third in schools. We'd been criss-crossing the Dakotas and going for long stretches without seeing another ...