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... city tour was cool too, famous buildings and landmarks, museums, JFK Memorial etc. We lunched in West End which is very arty. There is also a store there selling 1000 pairs of cowboy boots. We found great coffee inside the Post Office in St Paul (where LHO had his post office box and received his sniper rifle by mail order). The old big red courthouse is now big red museum. The log cabin marks the spot of the first ever building in ...
... material support. His leaders, with trials of their own, seemed indifferent to the plight of their men.
He also told us how hard it was to reintegrate civilian life after he was released after 9 years of service, with only a few hundred dollars to help him start anew. He now has a reasonable situation with a supportive wife and three sons and a good farm by local standards. But it was a struggle to get here. He is very happy to know what the Bible says about ...
The smell of char grilled steak wafted through the carpark, beckoning us into the Tex-Mex diner. Yee ha! I really was in Texas now! There was a saddle at the door and peanut kernels crunched under our feet as we entered. A large pail of them was set down for us to chew on before our dinner. What to eat? Should I go for the Combo Appetiser of Boneless Buffalo Wings, Rattlesnake Bites and Tater Skins, AND a ...
... to come get the camper and store at there house your more than welcome to it. We are going to store it, in Tx. for now....going to winterize it and put the toys away for a bit. Looking forward to heading back up there, was so many things we did not get to do and see....so looking foward to heading back. so until then we will CYA down the road.....and don't forget to come visit us at the Grand ...
... of 1912, where the robbers made off with a whopping $4,500, which left the town bereft.
After our picnic, we explored the gravestones, and found a surprising number that dated from the late 1800s, along with veterans of every major war from the Civil War to Vietnam.
Perfect weather, the wind in our hair, good conversations, interesting and beautiful scenery...all in all, it was a day worth remembering.