Grandstay Residential Suites Hotel Faribault
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... anywhere for the day. The thunderstorm lasted a quick five minutes! But, we already had in our heads that we were not going out for the day. Nevertheless the day turned out to be a beautiful Minnesota day and just what the doctor ordered before heading out tomorrow to Iowa.
After the rain, Uncle Brian bravely took Artie and Liam out on the doc to fish, with real hooks. Artie had his first lesson the day before, but this was Liam's first go at fishing. It ...
... up front. This didn’t last long. Artie’s now walking and he’s not happy. Liam decides it’s time to act up, Liam out of the stroller, Artie in, Liam’s walking and he’s not happy. Shannon carry’s him for a while, I’m pushing the stroller, Art’s taking pictures and we head to Tugg’s to eat lunch. Liam eventually ended up on Arts shoulders and he was happy again.
I forgot how you have to bribe your kids to be ...
... friends over to eat when they were younger. Good memory. Ok, so now I'm being hassled about going upstairs, so I will finish this up later. Brian is grilling some chicken and the evening is just perfect.... So dinner on the deck was very good. Brian super slow cooked some chicken, so we ate around...oh, I think 10pm, but the wait was well worth it. Apparently, Brian has a new cooker thingy and burned chicken last week. In an effort to not repeat that occurrence this week, ...
... brats as well as the fixins. Now that things are quieting down, we are getting ready to ride south to see my dad. We'll be posting from Albert Lea tomorrow which is only about a two hour ride from here. We plan to take back roads to enjoy the beautiful scenery in the area. We'll head out in time to have lunch with Dad. More from Albert Lea soon!
... in the country. The city has since moved out to this area and the gravel road is now a 4 lane main thoroughfare and is soon to be widened to 6 lanes. Many of the houses that were on the road are being moved off. We had built quite a ways off the road so our house is still there but it’s so different. It’s a business now and the big front yard we had was turned into a parking lot. There are roads and houses where ...