Courtyard By Marriott Moorhead
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Made it to Fargo, ND today. It snowed this morning in Wisconsin and we met Emmy's friend for lunch in Minneapolis, MN.
We also stopped at an REI for a few minutes.
Roads in Minnesota this evening were icy in spots and it was very windy, but we went slow and made it here safely.
Sorry, there isn't much else to say since we haven't done any sight seeing yet. Planning on entering Canada tomorrow, so things should become more interesting.
... The campground at the Fairgrounds was NOTHING to "write home about" and the only saving grace were the great hot showers we took Friday morning before heading out toward Grand Forks, ND and the Ramada Inn where a block of rooms had been reserved for the Rehovsky and Ford families. We stayed in the parking lot and "dry" camped. After getting to the hotel, we met up with Nancy Toutges (a former sister-in-law married to Pat's deceased brother Tim) and her husband Paul. Even Bruiser had ...
Got into security after waiting for some folks and a chatty security agent, and as always it takes me a bit longer because of hand checking my insulin pump. I got an expedite card so I didn't have to take off my shoes or sweatshirt (which was good, since I had nothing under the sweatshirt...). I went to the composure area to get "composed" and signaled to Peter that I was going ahead to hold the plane :) . . .
Boarding was taking place and Peter ...
... had my eye open for a prize along the way. I was on the lookout for Ladyslipper flowers, the state flower of Minnesota. After several days I wondered if they had eluded me, but suddenly I spotted a patch off to my right. They tantalized me, voluptuous and sturdy in the ditch when the heat was high and my strength was low. Their unique appearance stood out above all else and I sat with them for awhile, just soaking in their exquisiteness. How ...
... experience under my belt, that this country is truly remarkable in so many ways.
Even though I only traveled through a small fraction of all the states in this country (5 out of 50), I traveled though landscapes that are on the extreme ends of the scale: I traveled through flat, rich farmland of North Dakota; through dry, rolling hills of eastern Montana; through very tall, rocky, lush green forested mountains of western Montana; through the ...