Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Owatonna
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... Some folks suggested a place and we partook of some of their fare. I had shrimp, cheesy taters, and pineapple flavored coleslaw. Excellent. Gail had Cod and from the look on her face enjoyed her dish even more than I had.
Soon it was time to head back home again and we motored merrily along the freeway back to Gail's home. It was a wonderful day, filled with GREAT companionship, wonderful sights, good food and fun times. Life is indeed good. ...
After a fun time in Iowa visiting my daughter and her family, I motored on up to my home town of Sleepy Eye, Minnesooota for a family reunion.
Sleepy Eye has a very nice campground on the local lake called, yep, you guessed it, Sleepy Eye Lake. Anywho, I was the only camper in the park. I went up to the liquor store to pay the camping fee and was told the place was booked full for the coming week-end. There is no down payment, and the person ...
So Corey and I woke up and kind of rushed through our normal morning routines. We were both a little sleepy from not going to bed “early” the day before but the excitement of the upcoming trip was fueling us.
We hurriedly packed the car and rushed out to meet up with Bri (and rearrange a few things so her stuff fit) before getting some road food and gas.
It wasn’t long after we started out that the free space ended up looking like something NASA ...
... of Minnesota. Passing Dave going up a hill. Riding alternate days with Becca and Rodney during the last week – a very special blessing to have daughter and son-in-law whom we really enjoy and who like to spend time with us as well! And finishing the ride, with Haydynne on the bike as well, was extra special.
Just an end note: We had originally planned to ride 75 miles tomorrow, ending at Winona on the Mississippi River. The weather report and ...
... we went to mail the box, see the bank and went to spend Lee's $25.00 he got from his retirement at Cabela's . Back to the camper to update our blog. So just a bit about what we are doing.
Here is a clue for where we are heading next. Come on and try to guess. The name of the place is the Native American name for two rivers flow through it.