Hyatt Place Minneapolis Airport - South
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... placed Dad and Anna in the front of the log boat. By the end of the ride, the lower half of Anna and Dad were soaked while the two in the rear of the log boat remained bone dry.
After a quick walk around the mall and an unsuccessful hunt for flannel shirts for the two littles, we found our car and headed back to enjoy a night of swimming and fun at the LaQuinta where we cashed in some of our banked ...
... camping. With our fabulous timing we had arrived on some crazy big weekend for the area as it was the opening day for their local Renaissance festival. Saw some interesting wenches and merry maids in the KOA bathrooms the next few days.
We got right back into the swing of camping by making a pesto pasta with one of our favorite gourmet ingredients...HOT DOGS!. I am telling myself they are a good source of protein...and surely very low in sodium...right?
... my safety. I will have a phone with me that I will try to use only when needed. It is somewhat expensive to be calling or texting daily, but I will use it when I think it is necessary. For the most part I think I can receive calls and texts but it costs me money to send them. As for knowing if I am safe on a day-to-day level, I will try to get access everyday to my blog but as this wont always happen, I will be texting ...
... university campuses in the US...then along University Avenue is the endless option of international restaurants from Laos, Vietnam, Thailand, Russia...I stop by the Hmong market, the west building, for some lunch - smaller than expected. It's the farmers market that makes things seem big and exciting...but winter is still lingering here. Farmers market isn't open until summer. Bad planning on my part, especially for a market lover like me. Strolling the ...
... into the table in front of him. “All you do is take!” he growled, pulling the knife out and then stabbing it again. “*******s!”
His anger filled the twenty feet between us like a cloud of buzzing hornets. My chest froze, my breathing grew shallow. I looked away. I did not want to make eye contact with someone like that, because so often it’s their excuse to engage you further. I made my legs keep moving, trying to ...