Red River Lodge & Suites
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We left Weyburn at 7.45am and drove until we reached the Canadian Duty Free shop at Portal. We went in to spend the last of our Canadian cash that we had.
We then drove through to the border security area. Chris, Sharon, Mark, Jody and Bailey were in front and were ushered over to the truck line. We waited until the car in our lane had moved on.
We moved up and were asked a few questions and we had ...
... survive having my clutch pedal back, no paper dollar bills and not leaving giant tips. People should be paid enough in their wages not to have to rely on tips. If you don't tip a "grocery store associate" why would you tip a waiter. They're both just doing their jobs, both on service wages, they should both make enough money.
That's a mean note to end on, I don't mean it in a bad way. Rights for waitstaff!!! :D
HEY! The lifetime movie I fell asleep during last night is on again!!! ...
... having lunch, we hit the road. We still had a long trek to Fargo, which is just over the border in North Dakota. And the further west we went, the larger the farms seemed to be. No longer were the farm houses obvious to us from the road…only miles of crops and many little lakes. Minnesota is The Land of 10,000 Lakes. I guess irrigation is not an issue in Minnesota.
We landed in Fargo a 4:30 a bit spent. Tomorrow, we head to Montana, Big Sky Country. ...
... woodchipper from the movie Fargo. They had it, and Daddy pretended to wood chip a leg. The kids thought this was all very odd. Finally, we made a brief stop at the original Fargo Train station. It was a very pretty building that had been restored. The kids enjoyed running around the fountain. After that, we headed out to dinner at W F Maxwell. The food was extraordinary. We ...
... any of it. Goes to show that if you prepare for a breakdown, it won't happen. But I'm sure if I neglected to prepare for it, then it would have most certainly occurred. I like the former method better, just a personal thing.
The Goldwing is truly a remarkable machine. Overbuilt and weighing close to a small car, these bikes will last virtually forever if properly maintained and given some TLC. Even though I demanded a lot from it on this trip, ...