Days Inn Owatonna
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... Some folks suggested a place and we partook of some of their fare. I had shrimp, cheesy taters, and pineapple flavored coleslaw. Excellent. Gail had Cod and from the look on her face enjoyed her dish even more than I had.
Soon it was time to head back home again and we motored merrily along the freeway back to Gail's home. It was a wonderful day, filled with GREAT companionship, wonderful sights, good food and fun times. Life is indeed good. ...
... a spot that was better and had a wonderful view of the lake and a very nice patio. I was set for the long haul.
I soon settled in to a routine that my brother has. Lots of dinners and breakfast;s out. We spread ourselves around between the Corner Bar, Tuckers Bar, The Bar in Waterville, and a couple cafes thrown in. Funniest thing is, none of us even had a beer in these places, just food...Such is the life of a nomad.
Me brudder ...
So Corey and I woke up and kind of rushed through our normal morning routines. We were both a little sleepy from not going to bed “early” the day before but the excitement of the upcoming trip was fueling us.
We hurriedly packed the car and rushed out to meet up with Bri (and rearrange a few things so her stuff fit) before getting some road food and gas.
It wasn’t long after we started out that the free space ended up looking like something NASA ...
... delays from winds changed that. As we sat around this afternoon, I was thinking that if the weather report changed and was good, it would be hard to make the mental switch to riding again tomorrow. But for the heck of it, I asked Dave to check the weather report. 75% chance of rain by 9 am, up to 100% chance from 11 am to 8 pm, winds from the E/NE starting at 10 mph and increasing to 20 mph by evening, with flash flood watches! I am so glad we are not riding tomorrow!!
... departure time but I don't think we got out before 10:00. 8:00 is 8:45? 8:15? 8:30? Did it really matter? The route was laid out sketchily with only the towns for the night and a few interesting stops really identified. Departure times were scribbled on a piece of paper. They were quickly abandoned. The only important thing was to get from point A to point B sometime during that day...whether it was 200 miles or 400 miles. Accomplishing that would get us across the U.S. and ...