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... our 1 orange that we had, which was not a big problem. We answered all the questions about how long we were staying in America and then we were handed our passports and a "Released" note and told to drive to the exit and hand the released note to the officer.
Just as we got outside, we received a text advising that Chris, Sharon, Mark, Jody and Bailey were detained for an inspection. Darryl and I waited at ...
... That's what the cheese and salt here is like. It's a lot less exciting to have cheese smothered, salty fries as an adult than it was as a child, but hey. It was filling, it wasn't highway Wendy's, and I'm not sick.
Then, since it was just after 6, but I felt like it was already another day, I decided to go to the cinema. I love going to the cinema in other countries, it's just such an ordinary thing. You see the ordinary people in an ordinary setting. I like Fargo now, it ...
... the fireworks! Boy did we ever. ND unlike NY does not believe it has to protect folks from everything from big gulp sodas to fireworks so lots of folks had them. Let me start at the beginning of this part of the story. We ...
... ND, Alexandria, MN, Pickerel Lake, MN, Grand Island, NE and Mt. Juliet, TN. We drove from Grand Forks, ND toward a campground in Menomonie, WI while listening to the Vikings football game on the radio and keeping up with the Titan's score on our phones. Yea, both teams won! Great start to the season. We finally made it to the campground and hooked up about 7:00PM -- 388 miles! What was that someone said when we started that they didn't want to drive more than 300 miles on any ...
... and sips) were taken mostly where Jim had arranged groups to provide a break from our weariness in the mid-morning, noon, and mid-afternoon. Some rest stops were at little country churches where a group of men and women or youth were serving homemade, tasty goodies to raise money for summer trips or equipment for the church. Breakfasts were always in the school cafeteria of the site we camped the night before – high schools, middle schools ...