Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Mankato East
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... amaze me when I travel this road.
Threading my way carefully thru all the construction in and around LaCrosse, WI, I relaxed once again and enjoyed the rolling hills and bluffs that are all along this part of Hwy 90. Soon I came to Hwy 94 and the traffic got a tad heavier, so I had to pay more attention to ol Charlie. I heeded Charlies call to take a rest and pulled over in a truck stop I know and had some pie and ice cream while ...
... br> I drove over to my old camping spot in Waterville after the family gathering on a chance that Scott's Campground might have an empty spot for me. As luck would have it they did, and I set up ol Charlie on the very first spot I ever had in this park eight years ago. GaZooks, the little tree that was on the spot grew up and blocked my TV reception, so I had to move. (A man has to watch his TV and play with his clicker don't cha know)...Anyhow, they ...
... Then we rode off on the bike trail (Hutch is laced with great bike trails!) to connect with Hwy 22 and headed east. We felt good and averaged 15 mph for the 18 miles to Glencoe – a taste of Scotland! The road had wound around and gone gently up and down, but it was fast and pleasant. We took our first break at a Casey’s mini-mart, and since they have terrific donuts, Dave and I each had one for a snack.
... his first goal. The rink was really cold and we were expecting it to snow but unfortunatly we are still waiting. The game was really good and the Cougars won 5 - 2. Scenery on the way was really beautiful and I managed to get some good photos out the car window. Definately collecting some great photos, memories and experiences while I'm over here and making the best of ...
... We had a table set up in the student union and actively approached students and asked them if they were interested in community service. Approaching students, as opposed to sitting behind the table waiting for them to come up to us, made a huge difference and is key to making a recruitment event successful.
I don't have any chapter business today, so I'm taking the time to get caught up on things. Next stop - North Dakota!