Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Owatonna
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... we stopped for cheese, and we stopped in Sparta Wi home of the bicycle AND the fiberglass graveyard. It was an interesting adventure to say the least. Lots of fun though and plenty of giggles. The fiberglass graveyard had a lot of itchy grass and bugs but we survived. Ending for the night in Mn only to keep on truck in' in the morning. Are we having fun ...
Today was a drive day so we got up early and packed up and hit the road. The drive all up was about 700 km so a big day in a van towing a trailer. It was a pretty uneventful drive with a couple of stops at gas stations along the way. The most interesting thing of the day was probably the amount of road kill we saw which had been basically non existent the rest of the trip because they have road crews who scrape ...
I read in a humour story book this 'vini vidi Visa - I came, I saw, I shopped' - just thought I'd share!
As Carroll had to work this morning, Grace took us out and about. First we went to a local craft fair, Called 'A Touch of Class', which was nothing like our fairs. It was on a farm and it had barns full of stuff, lots of halloween, autumn, and Christmas things. They were in old barn type buildings, and instead of baskets to put your shopping in, there were metal ...
... awake about 6, made tea on alcohol stove -- success. Cereal, milk, juice, fruit. Packed up and out about 9.25. Stopped in town of Nerstrand for ice -- little store that sold cheese and their own sausage. Bought thuringer.
Then we headed out to cross all of Minnesota aiming for Pipestone National Monument near Split Rock Creek State Park just short of the South Dakota border.
... departure time but I don't think we got out before 10:00. 8:00 is 8:45? 8:15? 8:30? Did it really matter? The route was laid out sketchily with only the towns for the night and a few interesting stops really identified. Departure times were scribbled on a piece of paper. They were quickly abandoned. The only important thing was to get from point A to point B sometime during that day...whether it was 200 miles or 400 miles. Accomplishing that would get us across the U.S. and ...