Holiday Inn Austin Conference Center
Travel Blogs from Austin
... routine of biking around the campground happened next and it was nice to have a break from sightseeing and enjoy some down time relaxing. We sat by the lake and read (and blogged!) and watched the fireflies. There was tons of them and none of us had ever seen so many in one place before. It was lots of fun trying to catch them!
Albert Lea has a paved bike path from the state park right into the center ...
Headed North along the Miss River which has been flooded bad enough to decar pats of Wisc disaster areas. Then from LaCrosse we went uphill into the wind all day and settled in a State Park in Minnesota. Nice little glacial lake but too small for Elbo Room. ...
... He/She is a blue-jeaned executive with his office in the cab. He/She is a scientist who hauls dangerous chemicals and explosives, a purchasing agent in a baseball cap, a personnel director with grease under his/her fingernails, a poor eater with fondness for burgers and fries, a student of geography and a weather watcher.
He/She likes sunshine, children, smooth pavement, good traction, clean ...
Our next stop, besides Culver's in La Crosse for lunch, was the Spam Museum, in Austin, MN. Micah exclaimed, "It's beautiful" with awe in her voice as we pulled into the parking lot of the Spam Museum were every spot is labeled with the word Spam in yellow paint. Despite Jacob's previous protestations that he didn't want to go to the Spam Museum ...
... is a lot there, including a grocery store area showing you all of the things that Hormel makes.
Did you know that over 6 billion, yes billion, cans of SPAM have been sold since it was first made?
Did you know Hawaii eats the most SPAM per capita in the United States?
Now you do.
See some of the pictures from the museum. We ended up spending about 2 hours ...
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