Days Inn Minneapolis/Univ of Minnesota
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Sunday Aug 2 - Day 20
Happy Birthday to Ryder! What an amazing day we had. It was a backwards kind of day. Usually we start traveling early in the day but not today. After a pancakes breakfast for Ryder we left the campground and drove 1/2 hour back Dyersville to the “Field of Dreams” movie set. This was all part of the plan - to arrive here for ...
... my bowling bag around as we looked for it.
There were signs around the mall showing the way to follow the "Mayo Clinic Mile". We saw them a lot so I'm sure we got in our mile and more as we walked around. Believe it or not all I bought was some candy. I must be loosing it or something!
Our next destination is Detroit Lakes MN. We will pass many of the 10,000 lakes as we travel. Hopeful for more interesting information besides shopping spots in the next blog!
As I prepare for the second phase of my travels, I'd like to issue a challenge to you, my loyal readers.
It's clear that I take amazing photos. But is there room for improvement? One of you certainly thinks so. Thank you, Brian.
Here's it is: ...
... on people. Old gals (they’d be in their 60’s, 70’s, 80’s and 90’s now!) are snapping photos here and there, as excited as teenage school girls. Their partners shuffling along behind them holding their purses, jackets and umbrellas and desperately trying to keep up. The whole thing was just kind of surreal actually. If you go to Marlowe's Restaurant for ribs ...they’ll come right to the campground and pick you up in a Pink ...
... and were sick of each other. When I got lonely, I would find people to meet. When I was homesick, I would call home and video chat for free with wifi.
Another question, was it hard not speaking Greek, Spanish or Italian. That wasn't hard. Every country I would pull up an app with the key phrases, but most people spoke a little English. And if they didn't, hand gestures would work. There are so many other ways to ...