Hilton Garden Inn Mankato Downtown
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I pulled out of Scott's campground in Waterville, MN and headed up to Mankato to get my nuts tightened. (No Neville. not THOSE nuts, the ones on the motor coach---Jeeze). After that delicate operation and filling up with fuel I merrily motored on over toward Wisconsin. The sun was shining and the wind was at my back and I had a leisurely drive.
The flat land and corn gradually warped into the hardwood forest and scenic bluffs of ...
... wife's resting place. It will be mine one day also. Then I went to Minnehaha Falls, in Minneapolis, down to LeSeuer to gaze at the Jolly Green Giant, visited St Peter's Pearly Gates, and saw the White Buffalo in Mankato MN. The buffalo commemorates the 38 Dakota Indians that were subjected to a mass hanging back during Lincoln's tenure as Pres....There are lots to see and do in the wonderful state of Minnesota, but I spent most of my time eating. ...
... We saw guys on horses (cowboys) herding a large group of cattle around a pasture. interesting
I think I saw a road runner on the highway in Minnesota. Does Minnesota have road runners?
We go get our trailer today. Yippee! Hopefully pictures will follow.
Let me know if you are getting emails telling you to look at these blogs...I've been told some of you are not ...
Buenas Noches! Michael is confirming last minute details, packing, watering plants, etc. while I sit here and play with my new toy. If we can figure it out and have Internet service, we'll do some updates along the way. (Mom, if you don't hear anything from us for days, this does NOT mean that I've been eaten by a large snake!). We'll be in some remote places and are so excited to explore the country of Panama. Take care and stay warm. Love, ...
... selling just about everything you never thought you might want from a small town in South Dakota. You can even still get free ice water.
The Badlands Bar at least charges for its beer, but the World Cup (Brazil v North Korea) was free on ESPN, even with the annoyance of Ally McCoist as the excellent Martin Tyler’s co-commentator.
Why do television stations insist on saddling Tyler with irritating Scotsmen?
All irritations, except maybe the odd ...