Holiday Inn New Ulm
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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 ...
Who would ever think that there is a Lodi in Wisconsin. This is a beautiful farming region. We Left the hotel early this morning and traveled on route 60 W., to Spring Green Wisconsin. While this is a 2 Lane Rd., it is in great shape and we made excellent time. You can really see how the glaciers sculpted the farm land in this area. There are numerous hills and bluffs where the earth has ...
... 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 ...
While doing the long drive through Montana, I noticed several coal trains. None of the cars of coal were covered. Does this mean that the coal trains that are going through Bellingham will have "invisible" covers?
I was remembering when motels were called motor inns. Wonder when or why they changed their name to motels
There is something that technology can't do and that is ...
... Passage to the Far East. Parsons K. Johnson and Henry Jackson staked the first claims in Mankato in 1852. A general store was opened shortly thereafter. Steamboat travel along the Minnesota River led the way for additional settlers, but proved to be an unreliable mode of transportation in low-water years. Stagecoach travel became the popular mode of transportation in 1852 when a crude military road from Mankato to St. Paul ...