La Quinta Inn St. Paul
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... were all fantastic! Nothing like celebrating America's independence day with some Russian food :)
After dinner we went back to my uncle's house to wait for it to get dark for the fireworks. My uncle also owns a condo in a tower literally in the parking lot of his townhouse. We walked over there and went up to the community room that was facing north. On the 16th floor we watched at least 20 firework shows ...
... a walk...almost an hour, not high-powered because of some picture taking, but I loved being outside in the cold...I wore 3 yers...silk underwear, a tee-shirt, a sweater, and my coat (is that four?), two pairs of socks, and only my hands were cold, since I just had one pair of gloves...;-)
Happy Thanksgiving! I read a great meditation this morning on not just being grateful for the good things in our lives, but for the challenges as ...
... fast ink in pretty patterns, so women could use them to make dresses.
He showed us a sack from a farm in Iowa that his brother had accompanied Pres. Eisenhower and Nikita Kruschev to in the 1950s. He said Kruschev had insisted that Iowa corn was better than Russian corn and wanted some corn to take back to plant. Kelsey told us that no one knew this, but they gave him the rounds instead of the flats, and he's ...
... to be all bought. It was a nice fight. It took about 5 hours and we arrived in Iceland with plenty of time to meet our connecting flight to Copenhagen. While at the Keflavik Airport we roamed the shopping area and some of the kids got something to eat. Mary said that she purchased a piece of bread with gravalax and she just raved about it.
We then got our connecting flight to Copenhagen which departed about a half hour late.
... off your pack. They aren’t so nice when they get low and the nipple flops over into the dirt. I had the Platypus Big Zip SL hydration system on my back.
Water filter: Platypus GravityWorks. The gravity system is really easy to use and holds 4 liters. The filters are pricey, so I recommend frequent back flushing to keep your filter from dying an early death, like ours did. Mike told us that he and Hank just use a few drops of Clorox ...