Litchfield Knights Inn
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Started the day with a stop at the Corn Palace in Mitchell. It’s like a huge school gymnasium with a stage for shows, and all the murals, inside and out, are made with various colours of corn cobs. Very cool actually.
After that it was pretty much driving all day with a few rest stops … and that’s it. Mostly I like the prairies - the different crops, the wetlands, the dips, humps and hollows and ...
Hey everybody! Today I decided to start this blog for my studying abroad! I am hoping to not only upload stories but also links to possibly youtube for a video blog of my trip and experiences! Today I've been getting my packing list down and looking at other blogs online for tips and tricks about packing and living in London! Can't wait to leave! Less than a month!! This is pretty ...
... looks like outside my house on a typical January day in the arctic cold of Minnesota. They are forecasting our high temperature next Monday and Tuesday to be -2 degrees! I can't wait to take some pictures of the tropical weather I will soon be experiencing!
Take care and I'll be back soon to let you know how the flight went and that I've arrived at my first stop, Playa Del Carmen, Mexico.
... with our sticks, searching for fish in the shallows and jumping the hairline pressure cracks as they buckled and snapped beneath our legs. on the 3rd day the lake received a dusting of snow... not enough to slow a sharp pair of thin blades down... allowing us another few days of fun.
... gotta sees"
And lastly, In the town of Darwin, Minnesota, is the quirkiest of all. One man has assembled the worlds largest ball of twine. It weighs in at 70 tons and is just about the only attraction in town. It has been certified by the Guiness Book of Records - so if you want to spend the next 45 years doing nothing but rolling up twine, you too might be able to beat this record.
Too quirky, but that could aslo be said about the guy who went 1 ...