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... up some time and hopped on to I-90. The Mississippi bridge was under construction and were able to pull over onto the work lane to snap a few Photos. After gassing up off the highway we decided to take Route 14 W. to New Ulm Minnesota. Tomorrow we are off to Hill City South Dakota which is about 520 miles away. Good news, we heard from our friends and they made it safely to South Dakota. 345 /- ...
We arrived this morning to pick up the fifth wheel. When we saw it in the shop bay our first reaction was OMG what have we done-it looks so big! But it is the right size and looks like all the other fifth wheels; I think that the front that hangs over the truck always looks big.
Unfortunately Gary wasn't feeling well today so spent most of the day laying in the bed of our new second home. The dogs kept ...
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 ...
... 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 ...
... Dakota – Sitting Bull and Custer anyone?! Yeah that was here too! I’m sure lots of you already knew that but I was surprised and elated to discover we were so close to places that I’ve heard about but never really thought to locate on my little internal map that I carry about in my head. The Badlands National Park itself was truly incredible. The rock formations that give the area its name (it was named the ‘Badlands’ by the Native Americans and the ...
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