Hyatt Place Minneapolis Airport - South
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... both engines ran at during the trip was higher than I have ever experienced near home. When I ran the engines around home, they always had a short time to cool down as we approached home...driving the roads we live on. The FSI distributor I installed just days prior to starting the trip contributed to the engine temp rising as it was over retarded at idle...virtually 0 degrees advance below 1000 rpm. While on this trip, the only ...
... I get to sample a little bit of the typical Hmong cuisine. It is very much similar to all other Southeast Asian cuisine. Here, in Saint Paul, is the birth place of Charlie Brown and the famous Peanuts Gallery. Not too far away is the Mississippi River. Minnesota is too the birthplace of this river that divides America's east and west. After touching the Mississippi River again, I am now ready to hop back to Minneapolis before the sun sets in this frozen ...
But Joe and I still had to keep going to Minneapolis. We put all of our things in his old Ford truck called Mazy. So from Santa Fe, through Colorado, and across the plains to Minnesota we drove in Mazy. Mazy is a red truck, but she is different. She has air, heat, adjustable seats, untinted windows, 4 wheel drive, and is newer. She is much better suited to living through winter in the north.
We spent a month ...
... Finally, thankfully, the boat docks. I step back inside and notice a spray of vomit on the floor next to my seat. I know I didn’t do that. I look at Julie and she’s wearing a puppy dog pout. Poor Julie. By the time she realized she was going to be sick, it was too late to get outside. Or even to a trashcan.
We get our gear and pay for our parking. Then we hit the road back home. It’s after two, but neither of us is particularly hungry even though ...
... pretty tired but still took an hour to fall to sleep. Should be interesting tomorrow. The MOA was pretty impressive in size and breadth of stores available. The amusement park in the middle was very impressive with a lot of rides that the kids could enjoy. You could definitely spend several days there and still not see all of the stores. Well worth the visit. Time to get some rest for the ride to Des Moines tomorrow.
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