Days Inn & Suites Faribault
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... entertaining, and Auntie Diane and Shannon took a lot of pictures and videos. Uncle Brian's lesson began with sharing with the boys some safety procedures and that if they played around or hurt anyone with their hooks, fishing would be all over for them until next year. Uncle Brian is such a patient coach to the boys and they responded to him well. Off the Backes' deck the boys barely put their fishing rods in the water and they got a bite. The sweet kernels ...
... he needed a break, so we pulled over for a minute rest. This turned into the kids need a snack, drink some water and Artie has to pee. No bathroom around, so Art had him go into the trees and take care of business. This is how you start to lose time. All right back on the trail! I can’t remember exactly when Liam decided that he was going to start terrorizing baby girl (maybe between the 1st and 2nd stop or 2nd and 3rd ...
... friends over to eat when they were younger. Good memory. Ok, so now I'm being hassled about going upstairs, so I will finish this up later. Brian is grilling some chicken and the evening is just perfect.... So dinner on the deck was very good. Brian super slow cooked some chicken, so we ate around...oh, I think 10pm, but the wait was well worth it. Apparently, Brian has a new cooker thingy and burned chicken last week. In an effort to not repeat that occurrence this week, ...
... The song by America..."I've been through the desert on a horse with no name..." kept running through my mind. Into Barstow completely beat.
The final day...a bittersweet day..133 miles. The run to the coast. Carmageddon which never happened. A side trip to Donna Hardee's where she and her husband, Steve, served up a magnificent steak lunch. Santa Monica Boulevard (think Cheryl Crow)...The walk out on the pier in the waning sunlight...One could just picture granny ...
... behind and were able to hop on a train into Minneapolis. It only costs about $1.50, roundtrip. After a 25 minute ride we were in the downtown area. We are still tripping out about how little the crowd is here. It’s traffic hour on a weekday and it’s thin on the streets. There are 3 sports arenas (football/basketball/baseball) right in the downtown and I’m sure this place lights up when a team is playing, ...