Mounds View Days Inn Twin Cities North
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We'll have been here a week by the time we leave on Tuesday, and it's
been fabulous to find time with so many old friends - including the
unexpected bonus of being parked near Jan & Steve - who are close
friends who now live in Arizona!!
Tomorrow, we're going to the Mill City Museum with Fran - should be another fun ...
Slept well last night and woke to a beautiful sunny day. The plan was to go out for breakfast for pancakes (my request) and to be at the restaurant by 8:15 to avoid the long queue. Didn't quite work out to plan and Daisy and I are sitting in the sun porch watching the squirrels run up the trees and it is currently 10:00! Made it to the Original Pancake House for Brunch. I had ...
... quite good. We washed it all down with glasses of Goose Island Ale which was a wheat beer and quite florally and refreshing. Towards the end of the trip we went out on deck. Jen had a gin and tonic and was chatting with an American. I had been speaking to a guy from Dakota who was nurseryman, he was telling me about how few holidays he gets and it was his first time on the Mississippi. I also spoke to Chuck our bus driver, who it turns out used to be ...
... and is great about staying in touch. She calls and texts and emails regularly. AND…. She remembers EVERYTHING! Amazing recall. We laughed a lot and they all helped me reminisce about lots cherished sentimentalities and of craziness and antics of our youth and past visits. One, that each of them brought up at some point was about my sisters Carol and Connie and I showing up unannounced one ...
... were the Black Hills of South Dakota to see the famous Mt Rushmore monument and the still in progress Crazy Horse monument. The Black Hills themselves made for wonderful scenery and it was cool to set eyes on George, Thomas, Theo and Abe. Both monuments, however, are a long way from anything that the standard tourist will generally be visiting, and it takes a fair bit of effort to get there for something you can take in in a moment. Both attractions ...