Four Points by Sheraton St. Paul Capitol
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Jeff drove an extra 2 hrs last night after dinner at Buffalo Wild Wings. We settled down about 12:30 am at a truck stop. We got on the road around 9:00 am. After stopping for lunch and getting showers we finally arrived at the Mall of America. Jeff wanted to miss some of the traffic so we only had 3 hrs to shop. I could spend a whole weekend here. We had heard from a few people that had went ...
... talking about our families, holidays. I had taken pictures downtown, Fred took pictures of me and J for possible holiday photos, so as always, I had fun looking at them and editing.
And I finished the evening in the workout room, trying to work off a few more calories. I know tomorrow will be challenging, too, but I am okay with not weighing Sunday if I have to wait. I'm doing the best I can, and won't ask more of myself than ...
... what happened when the Soviet corn crops failed.
After meeting Ron Kelsey, we wandered some more through the agriculture building, found the food building, where Doug had his Minnesota treats, and made our way over to the livestock. By this time, it was brutally hot in the sun, and any walking on the pavement was miserable. The livestock buildings were hot, but not awful. We were amazed at how beautiful the hides of ...
... anything (other than a pack of M&M's) since we ate half of a chicken sandwich each that I shared with Rox at a Fridays in MSP. So I asked Linda for recommendations for late dining near her Susitna Place and she told me about a pub & grill called Simon and Stewarts that was open to 11pm and had 1/2 priced appetizers at 10pm. I walked down there in less than ten minutes and arrived a bit after 10pm. It had a beautiful bar area but as Linda told me, it was ...
... feet, but the way the boat is moving, I’m not sure how I’ll make it. Then the Australian gentleman offers me his hand, and I gratefully use it to navigate the heaving deck.
I feel so much better! Except for the cold, and the wet. I should have worn my long underwear, I think, shivering. And my raincoat. After about fifteen minutes, I decide I feel well enough to go inside. Again, I wait for a calm moment and dash the three steps from the railing to the ...
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