Crossings by GrandStay Inn and Suites Montevideo
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It is 2 am and the adventure to the Holy Land begins in the quite cold of an early Minnesota morning. Father in heaven, watch over my wife and children and bless your church here in Raymond. Amen.
... Mim is a great planner. She had everything put together like a professional project manager! I could have used her on my team at Honeywell! (I probably would have been working for her!)
The house closed on Oct21st and we were away in a flash! In this entry, I will attempt to video our final prep work before the 1800 mile drive back to our final destination, Mesa, Arizona!!!!
We invited Mimi's kids and their children out to the 1880 farm to claim anything that was left from the move. They took lots of stuff away which means that we don't have to take it with us!!!!
I'll explain the scenes at each video.
We are coordinating all the stuff that goes to Goodwill, the dump, and parts unknown. I suppose the stuff going to Mimi's kids would be another place! Tim and Mary, John and Denise have have put their dibs on some of the good stuff. Ana, a granddaughter, wishes to have some jewelry making supplies. They are coming this Sunday to claim their dibs.
I arrived as schedule and we have been packing all week. Miss Mimi and I decided to make another trip to The Water's Edge Restaurant for another Liver and Onions with Bacon feast! It was the very best of all visits. The Liver was excellent. Cut with a fork! We did a "Ummm, ummm, ummm, Oh Yea!" Montra for the Sedona L&M club!