Fair Hills Resort
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This entry is only to keep my map current. We came across the eastern part of North Dakota, past Fargo and into Minnesota where we stayed at a great city park for the night. All grass and, with ************e there, peaceful.
I went for a run in the morning and then we headed across Minnesota towards Duluth...past ALL those lakes in Minnesota! So many of them.
... and painted it on a slab of a tree which was attached to a string so I could hang it around my neck while I was at camp. I then handed in American dollars in exchange for Chinese Yuan and the exchange rate was one USD = five Yuan. With that money, you are allowed to spend it at the shop which holds millions of Chinese candy and chocolate. I bought so much of it!
My week at the Village was full of ...
... somewhere! So far the Lutherans have outnumbered other denominations (that we've seen anyway). Finally I can tell that Jim is taking retirement seriously since we didn't have to go inside a single church to see what kind of organ they had!! I've waited a long time for that to happen!!
There were a few historic train cars and a train depot that looked interesting but was closed on Sat. so we didn't get to look inside. Also several decorated buffalo ...
... 5th wheeler. It was lovely inside with an island bench in the kitchen and a fireplace.
Day 26 Saturday 20 June 2015
Visited the Visitor Centre for the dam and drove over it. Most impressive - a huge dam. It was a lovely drive with wonderful views overlooking the mighty Missouri. We stopped for the night at Cabela's - a bit like Anaconda but with lots of stuffed wild animals on display and a huge collection of guns of all sorts. They very ...
... pedaling. About a mile from Barnesville, Dave pulled off and said he just had to get off the bike for a few minutes. I agreed! We stretched, as we do at every stop, and nobody said very much. Then we pushed on into town.
The motel was right at the intersection, and soon we were all in our rooms, taking wonderful showers and starting to feel better. There was no laundromat in town, so I washed out some socks, jerseys, and shorts in the sink, and ...