Holiday Inn Fairmont
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... look than I had yesterday. The eagle place was right on the Mississippi. I got some good pics. I am keeping my eyes open. Apparently they like to fish and eat road kill. Much cooler looking than the nasty turkey vultures we see in Ohio that like road kill too. Big birds!
Back on the road I made up ...
Seriously, today was one of the first days that I actually felt like a giant. The drivers seat in the truckster is tight. I do not know how my dad fits in the seat. We got up super early today. And i was the first driver of the day! It wasnt that bad. I actually enjoyed it. I liked it! We stopped at the Worlds Largest Truckstop. It was also the Iowa 80 Truck Museum. Oh it was fabulous! LOL! Punch me in the face! Then we cruised until ...
... about 3 to 6 inches in length. I have managed to take photos of the small golden ones but can't get any of the bigger ones because they are always just passing by. The orange ones look like they are waiting to see what the weather weather does before taking flight. The weatherman this morning took great delight in telling viewers that there were going to be huge storms and possible tornadoes......again!
I got a couple of pictures of the ...
... local history books while we waited.
Blue Earth people are proud of their history. It was originally colonised by Germans, Scottish, Welsh and Norwegians. The Dakota Indians lost the land around 1853. This is really were the selective minded historians recount historical facts about the town. There are several churches in and around the town and Sunday church service is the norm for the majority of citizens.
The heat from the sun was intense yet again ...
... around out of site is safe.
Well, at dinner Mike put my mind at rest about being safe. There are no poisonous snakes in this part of Minnesota but there are some rather large potentially nasty spiders- but they tend to live in your house!!!! Thanks Mike....just when we had started having a normal sleep pattern.I'd better not tell Diane.
I may wander into the cellar when we get back and see what arachnids live there...