Grand Inn Fargo
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- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
- Business center
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... outside the border security area. It was about 45 minutes we had to wait for them to get released.
We then drove on through and went through some road works, where they were digging up the entire road. Not long after that, we received a large stone chip in the Ford's windscreen.
We stopped at Harvey to have some lunch and decided to see if we could get the windscreen fixed as soon as possible to ...
... me. It's not the worst storm I've ever been in, but it's a little more...invigorating...being behind the wheel while it's going on.
So today was MUCH cooler. Only about 19C, so I didn't need the air con, so I saved on gas, so awesome all around. And since it was such a SHORT drive, I didn't have to stop for lunch. After buying my damn little cooler bag and ice pack outside Memphis, I didn't have a freezer until tonight, so I was trying to keep a plastic bag of hotel ice ...
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.
to the oceans, white with foam!!! God bless America, my home sweet home!
Sorry, I just had to break out in song on that one.
Yesterday (this is Sunday morning), we drove from Omaha to Fargo. Ate a picnic lunch at a rest stop which featured an undraped, concrete teepee (see photo). We saw a few small rodents scurrying ...
... plane. We didn't stop to chat but we all expressed our surprise as we passed him by. Maybe we can catch up with him at the end of this flight.
Later - in Chicago...
We did talk with Dr. Munoz and his wife. They are on their way to Peru for two months.
Because Fargo didn't give us boarding passes to get out of Chicago, we had to leave security, take a shuttle to Terminal 5, find the Korean Air desk and check in. Here's the kicker: