GrandStay Residential Suites Hotel 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 ...
We left our house at 1:52, so we made it before our goal of 2:00. On the way out of the neighborhood we stopped to see Mary, we brought her some pictures and said goodbye. We made one more stop, Culver's, for a late lunch. We all shared an 8 piece chicken tender basket with onion rings. Just before reaching the Iowa border, we realized that Alex forgot her iron pills, so we'll need to figure out how to get some for her ...
... I told her we could probably do it in a month....
When I asked her if she was interested...I know I heard: "Sure". It's a dream right now...we'll see how work and finances align before we commit.
We arrived home and we find two "Welcome Home" greetings awaiting us.
Why did we do a blog?
Before we started this trip...back in the early stages of planning...I wanted to have some ...
... cold cuts and doritos because the camper got heated up pretty quick! I also had forgotten that the oven needed a little burn in time...smoke, smoke, and more smoke! But it all cleared up and we had dinner on the table, and our prayer said.
Tomorrow? Hit the road for Sioux City and maybe even as far as Rapid City, South Dakota. But not without a stop over in Owatona - apparently the birth place of the lead singer for Owl City.
Time to hit the ...
... were made the next day!
You need to know that traveling out of the US is not something Lanny is crazy about doing. She's pretty much a "homebody;" preferring familiar foods, the English language, etc. to exotic foods, unknown languages, and uncomfortable "facilities" which I've been endured and enjoyed over the last several years. So, for her to agree to this ...