C'mon Inn - Fargo
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
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... drivers can be. There, they don't honk at you, cut you off, or refuse to let you in. They will let you go before them even when traffic is the absolute worst. It’s a good lesson for us all. (Annette, my good friend in Little Rock, if you are reading this, it is a compliment to you and your neighbors.)
The road before us was straight and flat, like two parallel lines stretching away and reaching and then fading into the horizon. And we pursued ...
... just off Rt. 94. There were no staff here when we arrived around 6 PM but they left us some info at the office. We had a devil of a time finding our campsite then couldn't fit into it once we did because (of all things) a huge gimp sign located on the site. So, we moved to the site next door but used the 50 amp connection on our first site (ours was only 30 amps). The lake was pretty BUT it was chilly out and pretty windy. Anyway, it all ...
This entry is only to keep my map current. We came across the eastern part of North Dakota, past Fargo and into Minnesota where we stayed at a great city park for the night. All grass and, with ************e there, peaceful.
I went for a run in the morning and then we headed across Minnesota towards Duluth...past ALL those lakes in Minnesota! So many of them.
... where fireworks were allowed.
The entire drive back to camp was punctuated with more fireworks all along the way. Back in camp as we went to be at midnight someone was still setting them off. We were so tired it did not keep us awake. ...
... drop. It was all about the history of the Town and it’s involvement with Theodore Roosevelt.
Through the State Park, into Montana. By this time our little rituals had started; tea and coffee with breakfast of course, but then a stop for coffee as we started our journey each day, then bagels for lunch when we were hungry and any time after 4pm for the first glass of ...