Comfort Inn Fairmont
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Had breakfast at Dorothy's this morning. Turns out there is a place with Bald Eagles. I did not realize there were any in Minnesota . . . Cool. Only downside was it required some backtracking . . . About 75 miles. I ended up taking another scenic route up the west side of the Mississippi. It was nice to get ...
... stopped in the afternoon at Flying Goose Campground in Fairmont, Minnesota for the night. It was a little deliverance type place on a small lake. Real quit and no one there. We are discovering plenty of interesting places along the prairies.
Rory's quote of the day was "mom I did not step on a pop top and my flip flop did not blow ...
... that Sprout was not better represented! The truckster then continued west to Flying Goose Campground for the evening. It was a long day. Tomorrow thank goodness we will be in South Dakota were we will spend 3 nights! We will be seeing a lot of things during our stay there. I will keep you in the know! Today's DF(dad freakout count) was three. Once because Sandy had her book tape on the radio - he said dont go turning the ...
... about 3 to 6 inches in length. I have managed to take photos of the small golden ones but can't get any of the bigger ones because they are always just passing by. The orange ones look like they are waiting to see what the weather weather does before taking flight. The weatherman this morning took great delight in telling viewers that there were going to be huge storms and possible tornadoes......again!
I got a couple of pictures of the ...
... local history books while we waited.
Blue Earth people are proud of their history. It was originally colonised by Germans, Scottish, Welsh and Norwegians. The Dakota Indians lost the land around 1853. This is really were the selective minded historians recount historical facts about the town. There are several churches in and around the town and Sunday church service is the norm for the majority of citizens.
The heat from the sun was intense yet again ...