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... justice. Paul and I enjoyed remembering back to when we were out here 2 years ago.
- Paul and I drove through 9 states and 2 provinces during this trip. Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, North Dakota, Montana, Washington, Idaho, Wyoming, and South Dakota, and Alberta and British Columbia. Paul drove in all states and provinces but Washington.
- We found almost all the state license ...
We crossed back over the Missouri River in South Dakota, and made it into Minnesota. Plains, farms, wind turbines, cows...
We stopped a little bit earlier than expected, but found a hotel right off the highway just as the kids really needed a break or sleep, and went for a great late night hot tub and swim. We'll drive extra tomorrow.
... truck, and Paul, in the driver's seat, maneuvered the truck just so to pull the tree free from the stump. Inside, the men retold their feat in casual tones of manly, everyday bravado. Tony worked a remote controlled helicopter within the confines of the kitchen. Paul was entranced. Then, off they went in the pickup to check out machinery in Tony's sheds down by the feed mill. (Later, Tony and Paul retold their experience inside the garage about how ...
... Spent a hot, restless night and was on the road early the next morning. Drove for about an hour before I pulled into a rest area for a nap. Then, on to Welcome, MN.
June 21-- Welcome, MN
I 90 which runs across southern MI and MN is a smooth, easy driving road surrounded by farm and grass lands: Dairy farms, produce farms (lots of corn), and wind farms. I saw a huge wind farm, probably 100-150 turbines. There are approximately 1000-1200 ...
Had breakfast at Dorothy's this morning. Turns out there is a place with Bald Eagles. I did not realize there were any in Minnesota . . . Cool. Only downside was it required some backtracking . . . About 75 miles. I ended up taking another scenic route up the west side of the Mississippi. It was nice to get ...