Magnuson Grand Hotel
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After Mount Rushmore we headed for home on Highway 90 E. We stopped at Wall Drug for the necessary buffalo burger and five cent coffee, managed to get away without any knickknacks, and took a few goofy photos for the blog. We drove on, stopping at midnight at a Quality Inn in Brandon, South Dakota- the boys transitioning easily from sleeping in the car to sleeping in a hotel bed. After a quick continental breakfast the ...
We had a great weekend in Madison! We loved seeing Pam for the weekend and loved walking around the campus and enjoying the food and beauty of Madison.
We ate extremely well all weekend! The places we went to included -
Bassett Street Brunch Club (Avocado Toast)
Pizza Di Roma (Mac and Cheese Pizza!!)
Short Stack Eatery (Pancakes)
The Cooper's Tavern (to watch the World Cup Final!)
Madison Sourdough (Sourdough French Toast ...
... of the production process including watching the robotic paint sprayers which were fascinating! The tour lasted a couple of hours, including a stop at the JD shop which had everything JD in form you could imagine naturally! We asked about their museum, but unfortunately for us it has been rebuilt and will not open until November! Greg was most disappointed. When that was all finished we detoured back to the ...
A few days with my family is the perfect transition between a move and a trip. Lots of lunches with my dad, errands, lounging around with my sister and Paul, and goofing around with my favorite niece and nephew. I hope my car has a good summer with ...
... Six-Year-Old and Older Cow, Senior Champion and Champion Bred and Owned of the International Holstein show, as well as Grand Champion. Maya is owned by Ty-D Holsteins, Drolet & Fils, Ferme Jacobs and A&R Boulet Inc. of Cap Sante, Quebec. The Supreme Champion, selected from champions of seven breeds at the expo's grand finale, is the most coveted title in the dairy industry."
It made for a very fun and interesting day, being a farmer is a tough job!