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Total Days in Europe: 111
Countries Visited: 8
Miles Traveled: 17,545 miles (According to my Travelpod map)
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Our Christmas vacation continues. We continue to have good road conditions, however, the cold prairie winters we remember have descended upon us the last few days. We drove into Winnipeg yesterday and enjoyed a visit with B and Alvin. This morning we braved -33 (-40 or more with the windchill) temperatures as we headed south to St. Cloud Minnesota. Tomorrow we will carry on to Aurora Illinois near ...
... I could save room for pie. She said, "Oh, of course. We have five types of pie. You'll need room for one of each." The stuffed hash browns were stuffed with cheese, peppers, onions, ham, and deliciousness! So good, but huge!!!! I only ate half and decided I'd try the coconut cream pie. Again, so tasty! The whole slice was delicious, but the crust was the best I've ever had. Barb and I chatted the whole time I was there. She told me some hilarious stories ...
On the road again to Minnesota. The route we took to join the highway was more scenic: corn, cows and rolling hills, green pastures, well-kept farmhouses and barns - all very picturesque. We passed through a town called West Baraboo which was the winter residence of the Ringling Bros. Barnum and Bailey Circus and home to the World Circus Museum. (If we had only more time, we would have stopped). AND at last! service areas that had trees and real picnic tables and ...