Jorgenson's Inn & Suites
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... on the edge of a cliff.
So I have a story. This story starts a couple of weeks back, in the Mall of America. When Julie was on her shopping spree, I spent lots of my time just chilling with a coffee in the Barnes & Noble (the book store). I was reading the book 'RVing for Dummies' – better late than never. I was particularly interested in the parts about what to do if the temperature got below freezing, as if that happened it could ...
It took us 7.5 hours to do the drive, stopping twice to visit a huge army surplus store and an opal mining town. I now have a new hobby, making opal jewelry while wearing a ghilli suit. We are about to go in the hotel hot tub in order to ease the muscle pains from fish fossil digging. Geology is tough on the bod. ...
... had Joe and Mel, Lynn's cousin Bonnie and Michael, our nephew over for an early St. Paddy's Day dinner. It was a lot of fun with good ol' corned beef and cabbage topped off with homemade Lemon Meringue Pie for desert. It's good to get and early start for such an auspicious occasion...
On Wednesday, we'll head out over the mountain to Idaho and go to Blue Dog RV for a walk-through of Fiona. We miss ...
Our time in at our nephew and his wife's was truly varied. Lynn spent lots of time with Vivian, our grand niece, reading and playing card games, among other things.
They have build a new orchard with sixteen fresh pear, apple and plum trees. I had the pleasure of having one of the two plums produced this year. It'll take about five years for the trees to be actually productive. The fence around them is ...
... McDonald Falls and then we continued on along going-to-the-sun-road, past some beautiful picturesque scenes, including mountains (okay, a lot of mountains), bear grass, other wild flowers, rivers, creeks, etc. St Mary Falls (?) was up next and we got to have a bit of a look around by the small trickling stream. I looked like it would have been a bigger stream if it wasn't so hot, but it was still very pretty. Again, there were lots of butterflies. ...