Budget Host Inn Long Prairie
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... br> Boosters/supporters was a blanket of joy. They played hard but the game ended
the season for Paynesville. I spent the 2nd half of the game watching from the
car with Diane and stupidly did not take a single picture of players, proud
parents, prouder grandparents, aunts, uncles and friends who made it so fun.
We enjoyed being back in the comfort of Gary & Diane's ...
... all interstate was somewhat boring so its good we didn't bother to get off the interstate except for three fillups of gas each at a more expensive price per gallon. Needless to say we did not even go into the town of Alexandria but quickly went to sleep to be ready for the next day's ...
1. Quality family time. What a great beginning to our adventure.
Leah's mom, Leone, invited us to join her for four nights at the Arrowwood Resort in Alexandria, MN, along with her husband, Vin, Leah's sister, Anna, and our nephew and niece, Victor and Olympia. Great company, great food, very ...
... little necessary - thank god for 100spf suncream!
The 3 big issues of the day were nearly being run over by a dog, coming across my own road and dying of dehydration.
Firstly, the dog. I was cycling up a small hill, which is the most vulnerable time given you aren't going very fast and it isn't easy to peddle away from a chasing dog. As I neared the crest of the hill there was a house and a massive fearsome looking mut spotted me as I spotted him and ...
“Life lived for tomorrow will always be just a day away from being realized.” –Leo Buscaglia
People ask me what I want to do in life, where I want to go. I say I don’t know. I say, “How can I sit down to write, if I haven’t yet stood up to live?” Hmm, isn’t that ironic… ;-) But whoever gave me that quote was right on! I can only hope that, one day, I’ll have some pretty darn good stories to tell ...