Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Owatonna
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... for West Concord ahead – we’ve learned to spot water towers as each stage of our goal for the day – and rode into town about 3:00. Dave had stopped to take a picture, so Becca and Haydynne and I slowed way down to wait for him so that we could all ride up to the house together. Rodney and Sammi were waiting for us, and the rest of the day has been spent in showering, cleaning up the camper, re-settling Becca and Rodney and the girls back at ...
We will be here for a week checking the local area and resting. We will be adding more after we do the exploring this wk. Fri night was pizza night. On the 16th we did nothing but rest, and I did some laundry. The 17 on Sunday we decided to visit our home church online. We sat in our living room of the camper and watched Pastor Frazier give the message. Also ...
We started the day saying good bye to our good friends the Valentines in Culver Indiana and here we are ready to get some sleep in Albert Lea Minnesota. It has been a long day. Culver Indiana was really rural and after the storm last night it was difficult getting to civilization. Lots of limbs and trees down. But we found our way all the way to ...
... awake about 6, made tea on alcohol stove -- success. Cereal, milk, juice, fruit. Packed up and out about 9.25. Stopped in town of Nerstrand for ice -- little store that sold cheese and their own sausage. Bought thuringer.
Then we headed out to cross all of Minnesota aiming for Pipestone National Monument near Split Rock Creek State Park just short of the South Dakota border.
... in our country and riding in it was the perfect contrast for the hot desert rides to come. As for night riding, it is so serenely peaceful. Such a beautiful way to end a grueling day in the sun. I tried to keep riding days reasonably short, but knew there would be opportunities or times when we would have to ride into twilight. Case in point: waiting hours for the tow truck for Tom's bike and getting into Cherokee after sunset. We had to wait...we couldn't leave one of our own and ...