Expressway Suites of Fargo
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Made it to Fargo, ND today. It snowed this morning in Wisconsin and we met Emmy's friend for lunch in Minneapolis, MN.
We also stopped at an REI for a few minutes.
Roads in Minnesota this evening were icy in spots and it was very windy, but we went slow and made it here safely.
Sorry, there isn't much else to say since we haven't done any sight seeing yet. Planning on entering Canada tomorrow, so things should become more interesting.
Monday morning we feasted on huge muffins from Perkins before leaving the campground and we took our time getting to the next stop which was Rockford, IL where we grilled out and had a leisurely evening. Tonight we are in a beautiful campground just outside Benton, IL and will be heading home in the morning. After we have the last two Perkins' muffins we will head out and probably be arriving in Mt. Juliet in early afternoon. Hope to see most of you soon. A million ...
290 miles later a bout 40 miles west of Fargo ND good going the Mouse and his tail are doing well. The Huterites came over to visit. Wasn't sure if they wanted more moonshine or the women Stopped at the city History center and met Bill and Liane. Who brought us to the city park. You just can't beat people like ...
... confirmed we could check our bags to Viet Nam.
We were getting a little antsy because this process had taken 45 minutes and the plane was scheduled to leave in 15 minutes; usually the door is closed 10 minutes prior to departure and we still had to pass through security. The agent printed out boarding passes to Chicago and literally threw them at us and said to get going and that we should pick up boarding passes for the rest of the flights once we got to ...
... crossing the ship was transported back to the US and put in the museum. There was also a replica of a "stave" church that a local guy (another teacher) had built. It took him two years and he did all the wood carving, iron work and art work. He made trips to Norway to get the exact dimensions, etc. it had some very ornate carvings on each side of the door where there was supposed to be a lion at the bottom with ...