Sheraton Minneapolis West Hotel
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So I am officially packed up (.f.i.n.a.l.l.y..) and the fact that I am leaving is actually starting to dawn on me! I am so excited and I can hardly wait to be dumped off with all my stuff and meet 29 new people!
Mom and I are leaving ...
... street corn. I had a Bibb lettuce salad with parmesan cheese and an herb vinagarette. Then, Dick had a half portion of tagliatelle with fois gras meatballs. Small morsels of tasty, creamy fois gras! I had a half portion of stringozzi with lamb songu, aka fat spaghetti with lamb sauce! Both were wonderful and tasty! And, for dessert, we shared a waffle with chocolate sauce and whipped cream. You know the dinner was really good if Dick orders coffee which he did. In fact he had ...
... because they are adding a zipline to it.
We spent the afternoon at the campground nappingJ and swimming in the pond. Brad and I ran to a few stores for food. We had chicken, fruit, salad, and corn on the cob. We took a long bike ride after dinner. Ash and I went on a second ride while Alexa and Brad went fishing. Alexa caught two ...
... from Minneapolis, MN to Fort Madison, IA falls between 6 and 7 hours. Genius move: I left around 8:00pm on Sat June 7. Perfect if you like to drive past cornfields in the dark after a full day. Since that condition doesn't exist, traffic was minimal. Fortunately, I had a car full of doubt to keep me company.
My full day had consisted of packing my car and more ...
... my entire adult life I have never, ever, even once had to ask for a takeaway box at a restaurant, I pride myself on my voracious appetite. But the full rack of ribs left me knocked around and stuffed to the breaking point, and they were ******* delicious. I said my goodbyes to Heidi and waddled home. After I finally slept off my food baby we checked out a cool (and cold) natural sinkhole rock and ice formation called the Devils ...