Select Inn of Breckenridge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Breckenridge
... opted for grilled cheese sandwiches on a day like this, and ate while the rain continued to sputter down outside. Haydynne & Sammi were so good – they stayed up on the camper bed where they wouldn’t get wet or stepped on. There’s just not much room in a camper with 4 adults – 3 of them sopping wet – and 2 kids. Dave and I changed jerseys, but shoes and socks were just too wet to do anything about. In an hour, we were set to ...
... stock, he went back to the library parking lot to use the internet. We joined him, put away the food, and Becca walked back to the motel while we finished up here.
Everyone is very tired tonight. Tomorrow’s forecast is for 10-18 mph winds from the SE. So guess what direction we’ll be riding? Yep, SE, heading for Fergus Falls to pick up the bike path. We plan to stay in Ashby, only about 50 miles from here. Shouldn’t be too hard, ...
Rest stop at Black River Falls scenic overlook walk to stretch our legs.
Spent afternoon at Freightliner in St Paul. Turn signals quit working. Their tech cleaned some terminals and the problem went away but no one knows why. Maybe tomorrow we can get in a full day with out repairs.
after leaving freightliner we drove till about 10PM to get to the west side of ST Paul MN. drove a total of 350 miles and 2 states MN and WI all on I-94 ...
... Dakota haven and riding into Minnesota's fast paced, more developed civilization. Even on my rural route through Clay County, I felt surrounded by more rushing ...
... the schools in the Fergus Public system are jointly funded by the State. This creates some interesting administrative scenarios especially around how the funds are portioned around the four schools. To help address this, one of their strategies is to allocate funding inline with a curriculum cycle. This means that each year the majority of the school's teaching and learning resources go into supporting a particular curriculum area eg maths or social studies. From an ...