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... br> It took a whole hour for the parade to pass, and every float, car etc had sweets that they threw to the children. Some had bags that they gathered them in! We didn't go to the competition in the afternoon.
After lunch, and Carroll got back from his work, we set off to visit Sleepy Eye, which is the town where Michael grew up. We went by Clear Lake, and they told us that it freezes over in the winter and a whole 'city' grows up on the ice, where people put cabins ...
... on 4 levels, and the bottom level has 'Disneyland' type rides and arcade games etc. It is a central core which the other levels are round.
Then we headed for Grace and Carroll's home in Waseca, about 2 hours drive through South Minnesota. The trees are just starting to change colour here, and Keith heard on tv the % count for how much colour there is in the trees! Only 20% here, but 50% further north, so we might see more as we head to Canada.
... hitching and unhitching this trailer. I understand the desire for diesel pushers now!
We had our first dinner in our house on wheels. A gourmet feast of turkey spaghetti (corn and quinoa pasta) which I slaved over on our tiny little stove and served on the placemats I made. As we sit here drinking our wine and finishing up dinner, it has started hailing and a thunder/lightening storm has moved in. The lightening lights up the sky so it looks ...
... up riding Wildcat Mountain, where you really have to obey the 15 mph speed limit. Riders talk about the Tail of the Dragon Tennessee. They should try Wildcat Mountain sometime. It is a real adrenaline ride. We stopped in Ontario Wisconsin for lunch. Ontario is known as the canoe capital of Wisconsin. Apparently there is a lot paddling in the area. At the Wisconsin/Minnesota border, we decided ...
... efforts of General Store owner George Marsh.
Mankato received its charter on March 6, 1868. It provided for a mayor and three city council members and remained intact until 1952, when the council/manager form of government was approved.
Mankato sits on land purchased in an 1851 treaty between the U.S. Government and the Dakota Nation. Following the treaty signing, the U.S. Government delayed and skipped several ...
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