Fairfield Inn & Suites Fargo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We left Weyburn at 7.45am and drove until we reached the Canadian Duty Free shop at Portal. We went in to spend the last of our Canadian cash that we had.
We then drove through to the border security area. Chris, Sharon, Mark, Jody and Bailey were in front and were ushered over to the truck line. We waited until the car in our lane had moved on.
We moved up and were asked a few questions and we had ...
Today was another relatively quiet driving day. It was only about 550km though, and the speed limit was 80mph most of the way, so it didn't take too long.
As usual, there was construction along the way, lane closures, "give workers a brake!" signs, and warnings for "Bump!" Isn't it lovely to be warned about a bump in the road?! Take note, Ireland...
There were a lot of hawks in the air, and dead possums on the road. It's really weird how the roadkill changes from state to ...
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.
A late start this year for many reasons, but I'm finally back on my trip. I do want to mention my trip to N.Y.C. last month. I flew in with brother Dave, his wife Cath and grandson Drake for four days.It was all great.We walked the Brooklyn Bridge, biked in Central Park, rode a boat on the East river and climbed steps in the Statue of Liberty.Saw and did a great many more ...
... and said they did some number crunching and that we could get on. Got to the door of the plane and were asked to wait, and there was more conversation between the pilot and the flight attendant. Then with a smile she invited us on to the plane. By now the plane's departure was late, and the not-so-happy passengers looked pretty glum (and a bit shaming or blaming) as we walked past them to our exit row seats, which were still empty and waiting for us. More time passed, ...