Crossings by GrandStay Inn & Suites Stillwater
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... or stolen? Do I really need a laundry line and clothes pins, I bet many of our hotels have laundry service? Don't forget the sink stopper, the door stopper and the pills for poop stopping! And, how heavy is it all as it must be lifted to overhead bins, "slepped" up stairs and lifted over countless obstacles. Two days before. Packed. Getting a "buzz" haircut and cortisone shots in both knees tomorrow. Don't think I've done this amount of planning ...
... I couldn't keep up with.
My sister Carol (often referred to as Coco or OWC) reminded me they/we called her Mighty-Mite" at a 4'4" she IS that!. I sensed she enjoys authority and I was there the afford her that. She kept telling us her memory was bad but every name I threw at her it ignited a litany of "facts" and stories.
Unbeknownst to me, Kristen had the video recording on thru much of our visit ...
We made it in just a few hours, no problems, no issues, just a quick drop off of Toni and her house and South Minneapolis, then it was home to my own house. Teri helped me unload the 2 weeks of road trip items, suitcases and all the junk.
It was a great road trip, but I am glad to be home!
... in the Twin Cities has been great. Though it was less than a week ago, it already feels like a long time ago that we were making daily visits to the Mexican Consulate, hoping to get official visas for our year in Mexico. A stop at the Hennepin County records office to get a copy of our marriage certificate, as they were thrown off by our different last names, a visit to a photo shop for passport-sized photos of each ...
... I have no idea how three people, especially three big men, could possibly fit in there. Three of me would have been too much (in the tent or otherwise). 5.5 pounds, again not an ultra-light, but since Julie carried it I didn’t care. $150 from CampMor.com.
Boots: I wore Keen Women’s Pyrenees. They have great toe space. No water ever got into them, though krish sometimes did. 1.5 pounds. $140 at REI. I also wore SuperFeet Green ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed