Days Inn & Suites Faribault
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The last day! We got up around 8:00 again, ate, took down the tent, etc. We stopped at the camp office to get ice before heading out. It was a very nice campground, we would stay there again. We left the campground around 10:30 for the last leg of our trip. We stopped in Des Moines at a Sonic to get food for the kids, Greg and I wanted to wait to get Fazoli's. Unfortunately we missed the exit for the Fazoli's, so unless we want to go home through Rochester, we won't ...
... the breadsticks. We filled our stomachs, emptied our bladders, and got back on the road a little after 6:00. As we started nearing Council Bluffs, IA, we started noticing dark clouds to the South and West. I looked at the radar and saw that there were storms approaching Council Bluffs and Omaha. We decided to keep driving to get past the storms before getting a campsite. It rained pretty hard between Omaha ...
... if I could get rid of the vibration.
I checked all the weight matching and balancing...found it all correct and tried all the tricks I know on the dyno to work the vibration out but in the end was only able to change its range and intensity. The solution; I replaced the lightened flywheel with a heavy assembly. The vibration range is now between 45 and 46 mph and is much less severe. We can work with it. (I ...
... once corn fields and there are more houses where there was once pasture land and trees. Sometimes it’s better to not go back to old landmarks… and to just remember a place as you knew it. On the other hand, if/when I ever get nostalgic for the old place and wonder if we did the right thing by selling it, I see it now and I know I would not want to be living on that busy road among all the new homes and businesses ...
... Boo hiss. I hope they enjoyed it on their croissants.
We then wasted time and got on our uneventful flight to MSP. My goodness coming home takes forever. I was glad to land and be able to walk again. At least Immigration and Customs was a breeze. MSP is much nicer and faster than the east coast airports or even ORD. Makes me want MSP to be our port of entry more often.
Well I am sure it will be an early night to bed.