Holiday Inn New Ulm
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... up riding Wildcat Mountain, where you really have to obey the 15 mph speed limit. Riders talk about the Tail of the Dragon Tennessee. They should try Wildcat Mountain sometime. It is a real adrenaline ride. We stopped in Ontario Wisconsin for lunch. Ontario is known as the canoe capital of Wisconsin. Apparently there is a lot paddling in the area. At the Wisconsin/Minnesota border, we decided ...
... cornfield across the lane. Everyone is Midwest friendly and have been very helpful.
Since Gary didn't feel well, I was the one oriented to how this thing works. I have five pages of notes; never thought to capture it all on my IPad. In the morning I'm hoping Gary feels better and then I will orient him and then we will be able to ask all the remaining questions and those I will put on my IPad. We ...
... We saw guys on horses (cowboys) herding a large group of cattle around a pasture. interesting
I think I saw a road runner on the highway in Minnesota. Does Minnesota have road runners?
We go get our trailer today. Yippee! Hopefully pictures will follow.
Let me know if you are getting emails telling you to look at these blogs...I've been told some of you are not ...
... efforts of General Store owner George Marsh.
Mankato received its charter on March 6, 1868. It provided for a mayor and three city council members and remained intact until 1952, when the council/manager form of government was approved.
Mankato sits on land purchased in an 1851 treaty between the U.S. Government and the Dakota Nation. Following the treaty signing, the U.S. Government delayed and skipped several ...
... and two full days in the Badlands National Park in South Dakota. Yellowstone was absolutely class. We saw copious herds of bison and elk and a few random birds including a pelican. Top stuff. To top it off we also saw a couple of bears which, although they were black in colour, were almost certainly Grizzlies due to their immense size and the hump on their back. We also found some very suspicious footprints only metres from Ben and Dougal’s tent on our final morning in the ...