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Made it to Fargo, ND today. It snowed this morning in Wisconsin and we met Emmy's friend for lunch in Minneapolis, MN.
We also stopped at an REI for a few minutes.
Roads in Minnesota this evening were icy in spots and it was very windy, but we went slow and made it here safely.
Sorry, there isn't much else to say since we haven't done any sight seeing yet. Planning on entering Canada tomorrow, so things should become more interesting.
... all the family and friends who have been so hospitable on our various stops. Many of you showed the two of us so much of why you love living where you do. Hopefully in the future we can return the many favors and God bless each and every one of you!
Adios and thanks for all the comments so many of you have posted along the way in response to the blog and/or the pictures. It's been a lot of fun and I recommend it to one and all if traveling. Enjoy the pictures.
Our lively adventure started with a high stress departure. First of all, we are four days late in leaving for this trip. Our scheduled departure was Monday, January 6, but due to extreme cold around the country and various other reasons, our flight from Fargo to Chicago was canceled. That meant we could not make our connection out of Chicago, so everything got backed up. The flights through Chicago to Seoul, Korea, and on into Viet Nam were all sold out, which is why ...
... it ‘alive’, the others leave and return in the Spring. We were fortunate enough to arrive at a time when the Medora Musical was showing and with it was this pitch fork supper – huge pieces of meat cooked on full size pitch forks thrust into hot oil. The food was wonderful, the show was corny but professional held in an outside theatre with the views of North Dakota as ...
... come with the graceful flight of an eagle overhead, or a deer’s startling appearance before me. Sometimes the moments come with a spontaneous hymn sing around the altar of a little country church, or in a meaningful conversation with a fellow sojourner. Whatever the moments bring, I hold and cherish them; my heart pounds with elation and my soul sings, “how great Thou art, how great thou art”.
This is my “Bike for Justice”. ...