Morris Stampede Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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So today marks the end of our East Coast Adventure and it is bittersweet. We've loved seeing my parents and experiencing all we can but we are sad to leave knowing it's going to be a while before we can come back. We did as much as we could in our week but we know there's still lots to do! The Cabot Trail, shark fishing, museums and beaches all have yet ...
... hot chocolate and coffee. We drank our warm treats on the peninsula at the end of the bay, under a Canadian flag. It was very relaxing. Sadly, we had to return to the campsite to pack things up we cooked up our last hash browns and hit the road. We took the scenic route in hopes of seeing a bear or moose. Again, we failed. But we got some cool pictures anyways. It was a four hour drive to Winnipeg, but ...
... into Hudson Bay! [Water!] We also learned that the two rivers are at typical spring flood level today, about 6 feet above normal [more Water!].
After the boat tour, we watched the Canadian geese with their goslings near the boat dock [Water!]; then went into the Forks Market nearby. There are lots of little shops in the old building: glass blowers, rock shops, t-shirts (of course), statues, nicknacks, ...
This morning, we went to Fargo Baptist Church for worship. I highly recommend it! They were VERY friendly, the preaching was good, they had a real choir (about 15-20 people), and we sang out of a hymnal!
On our way out of Fargo, we took a 4 mile detour into Minnesota and crossed the Red River (the state line) before returning to ND for our trip north.
We had an uneventful drive north, going through customs at the border with no ...
I have updated the entire blog and added some pictures. Please feel free to go through the entries one more time to see it all.
If you have been following this blog, you will know that our trip home from Maui was quite challenging. Our plane leaving Maui was cancelled and the United Airlines agent who rebooked us, did so with an impossible itinerary. When we arrived in Los Angeles we had only 40 minutes to deplane, exit ...