Hearthside by Villager Shakopee / Minneapolis
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... her weak spots.
As you can see in the pictures, caffeine is an essential staple item for road trip. The number of miles we put in this past week has been insane. Even Amelia has been feeling the effects of this trip and needed a little pick me upper.
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... time will set the schedule for the next tests.
This experimental engine was built to test various components and assembly clearances. I wanted to see how far you could push performance (operating rpm and power output) on a stock oiled assembly before it became unreliable. The verdict is still out and more testing is necessary.
What have I learned so far with the tests....Don't start a long road trip with an experimental ...
... Really??...You think...Have you ever heard of THE Mall of America? I guess when it is cold and miserable here malls are wonderful places to be!!! But I am not here for shopping or snow. I am here for food. !!!FOOD!!! I have never thought of it, but this place is a cultural melting pot - smack in the middle of America. Here is home to the largest Hmong population in the US. A must stop for any foodie!!! Needless to say this place is home to many ...
... were THIS MEANS WAR together and then I watched IRON LADY while Dan dozed. Not much sleep was achieved but cat-naps go a long way to survival. During the last hour of the flight we were served a breakfast of banana, hot egg sandwich, and OJ. Plenty of nourishment to keep us alive (of course we didn't burn many calories on that one trip to the lav).
... of Minnesota. He has been very interested in Eqypt since studying it in school. We headed over to pick up tickets for this afternoon. The Mississippi River was right behind the museum, so we talked about the start of the river, and how we were at the middle of the river when we were in St Louis. There was also an exhibit that showed how the river was used ...