Mankato City Center Hotel
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... signs. They can be so funny. Of course we had to stop at Wall Drug. I bought my prizes for the 2 people who answered my quiz question the other day. Congrats to Peter Micheel and Erin Chesak! You will love what we got you from Wall Drug! This place is just crazy. I wandered around here more than I ever have. It has some very cheap touristy stuff and then so pretty nice things too. I wanted to maybe find a ...
... we went into town (Waseca) where there was a County Band Competition It began with a street parade. We lined up with hundreds of others and watched as classic cars - corvets, mustangs etc - old fire engines, cars carrying the 'queens', and 10 college bands with their drum majors and the girls that threw their flags and danced. Some of them were very polished - I thought the best was the one that used the Mary Poppins music complete with Sweeps, chimneys, umbrellas ...
... Civil war. On then to Harriet Island, which is on the Mississippi River, tried to have a paddleboat ride, but none were operating. We had a little walk along the river. Then we drove through Minneapolis looking at the University and other buildings, and on to the Mall of America. This is the biggest mall in USA and is huge, we really only looked at a small portion of it. Had lunch in The Rain Forest which is a jungle themed shop and restaurant. The ...
... into a hotel. Perhaps they are the new Amish. Didn't have my camera so couldn't take a picture. darn.
Leaving my bro in laws house we saw two huge bucks. They were much bigger than the deer we see around Bellingham. These looked like deer people hunt for. They were quite majestic looking. didn't have my camera ready again, darn.
Well off to bed with the sound of rain on the roof and hoping the tornado watch doesn't turn into a tornado warning. ...
... to the Dakota Nation. The actions of the U.S. Government sparked the U.S.-Dakota Conflict of 1862.
In 1868, Mankato became the site of the second Normal School in Minnesota. The facility became a teachers’ college in 1922. The building was destroyed by fire and rebuilt in 1924. To accommodate the large numbers of students after World War II, the curriculum expanded to include science and fine arts courses. The ...