Holiday Inn Minneapolis Arpt SE - Mall Area
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... us on our trip, we received so many comments and compliments throughout the trip on how much you enjoyed the blog & pictures, A friend of Nancy shared the blog with her husband, she said this was the closes she will get to China, Dave's co-workers could hardly wait to see what he was up to daily, it became the morning office talk, and Marv's co-worker would read about our days adventure with her husband at breakfast. ...
... an hour. After that we headed out for dinner at a bar, it was as you see it on tv. Lots of beer neon lights, dark and dingy. We ordered 1/2 pound of shrimp with fries, it only cost $7.95 and tried some of the local beers. Craft beers were only $3.75. We came outside and saw that it had rained and there was a thunderstorm happening. Andrew went next door to the supermarket and grabbed a six pack of beer and we had them out the front of the hotel with Wendy and her ...
... After a few downpours in Wisconsin, we made it to our hotel in Eagan, Minnesota, at 6:00 p.m. CT on the nose, the exact time we had been shooting for! (Trip time: 11:15.) We were excited to see Jared again, who had flown from Seattle after traveling for four weeks with his friends all around the west. He had taken the hotel shuttle from the airport and had arrived a few hours ahead of us.
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... needs to be when running at expected road speed, it is so far retarded, it won't start. I talked to Mel at FSI and he will modify it for me and get it back to me in short order. I asked him to install the stronger springs to delay the onset of the advance and limit the total advance to 24 degrees instead of the standard advance of 30 degrees. He will have it back to me in two days. It's now about a week before we depart.
Dusting off our vocal chords and an old arrangement of "My Rock, My Shield, My Jesus is Real!," we headed off on foot to the former Joyce United Methodist Church, now Table 31, in uptown Minneapolis. Our friend, Barbara Meyer, Sarah and I sang this a cappella tune as special music for the 11:00 a.m. Service today. It was a big day for this small urban church as the administrative board voted to take on the challenge of re-inventing itself by ...