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... Pat went to work fixing the problem and we can all breathe easier for another day.
After arriving in Fargo, ND, a childhood friend of Pat's picked us up to do a little touring of Fargo. High on the list for Pat was the campus of North Dakota State University (NDSU) which he had attended for a year and a half before transferring to Valley City State. The three of us went to dinner at "The Mexican Village" restaurant and continued visiting and remembering the "good ...
... comes along. Here are some examples:
One day in Wyoming, I was riding the prairie hills in 100 degree heat and feeling a little shaky and. nauseous. With 12 miles to go to the next town, I had to stop to lie down for a bit in the roadside grass. I was awoken from my nap when a car pulled up. A Spanish gentleman simply walked over and handed me a half-gallon jug of water. He just waved, got back in his car, and left.
In a restaurant in Eagle ...
... Hotel: Fairfield Inn (ND) Helpful hint: The Amusement Park is nicer and cleaner than you'd expect. Cool rides. New aquarium (Sea Life) in the mall. Order aquarium tickets online and save $5 a ticket. Restaurants: Breakfast at Marriott and Olive Garden Beautiful day today in Minnesota, the state of 10,000 lakes. We did some time traveling back to see Paul's brother Mike (and Marne's) old house in Minnesota where Emily was born. ...
... Ho Chi Minh City (from now on referred to as HCM). Back to the computer only to let us know that our itinerary had us booked only to Seoul. We showed our paperwork and it took awhile, but finally she found we were indeed going to Viet Nam. But then she said United doesn't have a baggage agreement with Viet Nam Airlines so we couldn't check bags through to Viet Nam. I told her our paperwork says we can check all the way through. Her second call of the morning to a ...
... shirts etc. Uff da is a local term for "darn" or "****" or whatever. It was on a number of cups, etc so I had to ask the shop keeper what it meant!
Also saw other things at the museum (local artist from early 1900's) who wrote music, did photography, paintings etc.
Between the museum, search for a new dog dish, animal shelter and figuring out the new GPS (which I held onto), we put a lot of ...