Holiday Inn Fairmont
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- 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 ...
... today as we are at the side of the Interstate. I bet thats a great job in this country, the roads are so long and wide.
I worked with Andy searching through the long grass for our seed and had some very interesting conversations.Andy told me that since he moved to Blue Earth from Vietnam he has enjoyed his life here. He also told me that he spends quite a lot of money buying and selling shares and that he has lost thousands of dollars but has ...
... stepped out into the street. It's beautiful!
We wandered around town for a it and called into the Cooperative shop. This shop sells locally grown and not so locally grown produce. Its workers are local volunteers and it operates on a not for profit basis. While we were in, a woman from one of the local churches brought in bags of food to be sold. There should be more of this community spirit put into practice in England.
Due to the heat we just had ...
To the back of the cabin was a small campfire area surrounded by over-hanging trees and from there led a flight of zig-zag steps down a steep banking onto their private jetty on the lake. Moored against the jetty were jet-skis and a size-able speed boat. Bills nephew (about 12 years old) was showing his own 1960s speed boat he has refurbished and gave us a demonstration of his boating skills by zipping about the lake ...