Days Inn & Suites Faribault
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... from home and a hard-boiled egg that had frozen in the fridge last night! We then packed up and were ready to ride on the last leg for this year. The church bells were chiming 9 AM as Dave, Becca, and I rode out of the parking lot. We headed south on Route 13 from New Prague, with only a light breeze from the north. The road dipped up and down, with a rumble strip along the edge line and 8-12" of pavement outside the rumble strip. Traffic wasn't bad, though, and ...
... and a Czech soup that was different, but delicious!
The evening was spent playing cards and planning our last day. Becca and Rodney’s house is only 55 miles away, the weather is supposed to be back in the upper 70s, and a 10 mph west wind should push us along. We had planned a 75 mile ride to Winona, on the Mississippi River for the last day. But the winds are supposed to switch to the east again, and it’s supposed to ...
... Pepsi. We met Caitlyn's hubby and the rest of the band. There was also afriend of the band that was an actor. It was fun visiting with him. We also met my nephew in law's mom. Everyone was so gracious and soon Caitlyn got away from the crowds at the venue and came home.
She was surprised to see us and we had a nice visit and caught up on all the things that went on in the past few years. She expressed disappointment in the fact that ...
... differences in cultures, demographics, economics and geography as we rode. To really feel the difference was so important. Riding on a motorcycle, not just seeing, but feeling the weather changes, smelling the different economic bases for the different areas (car exhaust to dusty feedlots), from inhaling dusty desert to the scent of pine, from concrete jungles to the ocean air, from passenger trains to coal trains to trains carrying shipping containers, from wealthy suburbs to ...
... high ground so we stayed dry. The KOA workers are using a Bobcat and shovels to relocate a lot of gravel this morning to try to get it from the lawns and parking lot back onto the roads where it's supposed to be.
We managed to get in another Triple D, a cuban place called Victor's 1959 Cafe. The food was great and it had to be the most unique atmosphere of any of the diners we visited on the ...