Holiday Inn Express Brookings
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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11am to 6pm Jp was delivering to this couple that just moved here from butlington, Nadine and Ben. The labor was Brian. Brian was 53 years old and very open about being a smoker and a drinker. He was super impressed with Jp...really admired him, said he was "energetic and strong." Ben was very nice and brought me a chair. Nadine brought me inside and made me a sandwich and we chatted. They have twin 8 year old ...
... to the Visitors Center, talked to the ranger, and saw a 20 minute film. It turns out that the the Pipestone Monument is a sacred Indian quarry that is still used today to get the special red clay stone necessary for making ritual Indian pipes. There were Native American craftsman fabricating pipes in the Visitors Center and we got to watch and talk to the craftsman. We also visited the museum, and went on about a mile long hike through ...
... gulls, Egrets,herons tending to the evenings business and listening to the almost deadening sound of the cicadas in the forest all around us.
Returning to home (wherever CharLi, the motorhome is, is home), Sraddha remarked that it seems like 3 months since we left Oregon instead of only 3.5 weeks ago. We have been on the go every day and we feel energized. Roaming with OM isn't too bad after all.
We do need ...
... from downtown Minneapolis and St. Paul. As one of the most visited tourist destinations in the world, Mall of America features - 520 stores, 50 restaurants and attractions galore, including Nickelodeon Universe®, the nation's largest indoor theme park, and the new American Girl store. Plus, there's no sales tax on clothing or shoes!
Ingen billeder i dag - jeg kan ikke fotografere egern med mit ...
Pipestone Natl Mon -- very moving film about the history, and informative 1 mile walk. Spent two hours, then long drive to Missouri RIver at Lake Oahe -- West Whitlock.
This small excursion was a real highlight. We expected to take a quick look, but stayed for two hours. The stone here was used by native peoples from all over the north-central ...