Super 8 Fairmont
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... ground but was tired and I did the unthinkable . . . I stopped earlier than planned, went out to eat, soaked my weary bones in the hot tub. The bike is fueled and ready to go for tomorrow which will probably be a long boring run on the super slab to the Badlands and Mount Rushmore which are about 500 miles from ...
... Then we stopped for lunch at a Flyin J truck stop. It was uneventful! We ate the normal turkey and cheese with pickles! LOL! I am thinking at some point i will never eat turkey and cheese again after this trip! We managed to see many of the lovely corn fields that graced our prescene in Illinois and the fantasic state of Iowa!!! They were actually pretty neat! The greens of the fields were amazing! The wind turbines (windmills) ...
... today as we are at the side of the Interstate. I bet thats a great job in this country, the roads are so long and wide.
I worked with Andy searching through the long grass for our seed and had some very interesting conversations.Andy told me that since he moved to Blue Earth from Vietnam he has enjoyed his life here. He also told me that he spends quite a lot of money buying and selling shares and that he has lost thousands of dollars but has ...
... stepped out into the street. It's beautiful!
We wandered around town for a it and called into the Cooperative shop. This shop sells locally grown and not so locally grown produce. Its workers are local volunteers and it operates on a not for profit basis. While we were in, a woman from one of the local churches brought in bags of food to be sold. There should be more of this community spirit put into practice in England.
Due to the heat we just had ...
... it into a dry dock.
The water in the lake was incredibly warm and calm, much warmer than any Mediterranean water I have been in.
On the way back home Bill decided to take a detour to show us some of the "sights" of Fairmont.
We went to an open air building museum that had the original train station, schoolhouse, barns and houses that have been preserved for tourists to visit. This isn't really "our ...