Ling-Inn Motel

Address: 2382 Highway 55, Hamel, Minnesota, 55340, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 2382 Highway 55, Hamel, is near Rush Creek and Baker National Golf Course.
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A travel blog entry by useridjt on Jun 05, 2015

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So fun story. I get to the airport about 350 to find out that the security gates do not open until 405. I never knew the security checkpoints closed at msp. I'll know for next time. The worst part about this is how long they take to get people through the screener but ...

Prelude: Minneapolis

A travel blog entry by andreatravels on Jul 26, 2014

1 comment, 16 photos

... at a St. Paul Saints game where the wacky antics have always made up for the lack of major league stars. Here are my sister Sara and my nephew Ryan, enjoying the sunshine and the tradition of having a pig bring the new baseballs out to the umpire. The pig used to be known as the Saint, but was recently renamed "Stephen Colboar."

Here my niece Jenna is all ...


A travel blog entry by simon.schorn on Jun 14, 2014

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... an amusement park surrounded by over 500 shops on four levels, it is the biggest in the USA. It's estimated that it attracts over 40 million visitors per year, which would make it the busiest in the world. We had a good look around at some interesting shops before returning to the city that afternoon.
After a bit of a break we ventured over to the Mississippi River for our first glance of the great river. It was only a short stroll from our hotel to the ...

Leaking Engine History and Evaluation

A travel blog entry by 29-ford-model-a on Aug 28, 2013

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... I sent the entire rotating assemlby out for balance again and the shop said it was right changes necessary. I put it back in the car and ran it with the severe vibration through the summer.

Third modification Early Spring of 2013:
I removed the engine from the car as I wanted to check everything prior to our trip. I checked the bearings, cylinder walls, thrust surfaces and all clearances. Everything looked good.

A dream takes flight

A travel blog entry by kuerbis on May 07, 2013

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Once we start driving to the cities, I almost immediately start to realize that there are little things I forgot to pack, things that I had used that very morning and had even TOLD myself to bring WHILE using them (i.e. ear cleaners, nail clippers (I didn't use them that morning, but I had started searching for them but couldn't find them and then had gotten distracted by something else and forgot to look for them some more), deodorant (I know, that one is pretty rediculous ...