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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... an amusement park surrounded by over 500 shops on four levels, it is the biggest in the USA. It's estimated that it attracts over 40 million visitors per year, which would make it the busiest in the world. We had a good look around at some interesting shops before returning to the city that afternoon.
After a bit of a break we ventured over to the Mississippi River for our first glance of the great river. It was only a short stroll from our hotel to the ...
... marking or darkening of the load side of the insert. This would typically indicate excessive loading. It was not showing any sign of failure...just some excessive pressure. This cylinder had a different brand sparkplug in it. I broke a plug while working on the engine prior to installing it in the car just before the trip and I went to NAPA and had them provide me a plug of equal heat range...but they only had one in a different brand. I ...
Today was a bit cooler than yesterday with morning temps in The 60's rising to mid 70's by noon.
our first stop after leaving Madison in the morning rush hour was Taliesin, the home for 48 yrs of Frank lloyd wright. Today was the first open day of the estate this year, so we did a 2 hr tour of the home which one architectural writer has described as ...
... to reflect on the struggles people faced during the Great Depression and WW II. I then made my way to one of my favorite places in the whole wide world; the State Capitol!
You might be wondering why I enjoy the Capitol building so much. It all started when I was a junior in high school. I was selected to be a Page for the ...