Boarders Inn And Suites By Cobblestone Faribault
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... almost 10 miles. Shortly before Kenyon, there was a nice long downhill to cross the Zumbro River, then a short, steeper climb to the town.
Here, Rodney was getting Haydynne ready to ride the last 10 miles home with us. She’d never ridden the Trail-a-Bike on the roads before, and does have a tendency to lean side to side to see beyond her parent, so it made Grandma and Grandpa a bit nervous. But Becca was fine with it, so we took some pictures – ...
... the south now as we once more rode past “Germany” – the town of Heidelburg. But we didn’t stop, as we were nearing the end of our day, going to “Czechoslovakia,” the town of New Prague. It is a very Czech town, too, in architecture and names. We finished the day with 62 miles at a bit before 3.
Becca had gotten a motel room, and there were no RV parks and no shade in the parking lot, so with the ...
... Maggie Chapman who hailed from Florida. She stood in front of the audience with her guitar, microphone and sang for almost an hour. It was wonderful, and this girl will do ok in her career. At intermission, I spotted my nephew Gary and his family and had a nice visit with them. It seemed he and his son are keeping up the family tradition of fishing alive,,,,That's a good thing.
Soon the lights dimmed and Caitlyn's band ...
... an oasis in the middle of nowhere just off I-40. Following a trusty GPS, we wound up on the wrong exit. "You are here" was in the middle of nowhere! You would all recall that every day in the closing miles, we would speed up like horses heading to the barn. We all took the same exit. Some were stopped at a light. Those of us in the lead forgot to stand a sentry at the point where we were turning around. We turned around and got back to the road...the rest of the bikes and the pumpkin ...
... tonight. We walked around the downtown area, checking out some sights. One being the infamous music venue 1st Ave and 7th St Entry. Many of great bands frequently play this small club and it is also the setting for the movie Purple Rain. The Mississippi flows through the town here but it was getting dark so we opted not to walk out to the riverfront area. We were impressed with the public transpo here. It made us realize ...