Coffee Street Inn
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Senator John Thune called this place home once.
We had a bite to eat and then headed down the road again. We passed in to the state of Minnesota. The state seems very flat, filled with soybean and corn fields as far as the eyes can see. Large silos and ...
... we didn't have too long before arriving at our camp site, on the Mississippi again (after 2 weeks and copious miles)! We sat around for a bit getting to know our new group, and played Frisbee for a while as well. We had a lot more patience with this group and I feel like we put a lot more effort into getting to know them, as we would be with them for 2 weeks instead of 1.
We started our journey down the Great River Road with more impending storm warnings for the evening. The traffic was a little hectic getting out of the city but it didn't take long for the suburbs to open up into rolling hills and farmland. It soon changed again to dense woods with many small bluffs overlooking the river and eagles soaring above. The roads were mostly wide, smooth and quiet which ...
Our first stop on our 2014 journey is the same as our last stop in 2013!! This is a charming little campground in a city park, right next to a wonderful Episcopal Church. The Root Trail (one of Minnesota's finest) runs through town & on Mother's Day we rode for 10 miles along the Root ...
... or Yard-O-Beef. She was excited. We walked into her neighborhood to get supper. We were originally going to get pizza by the slice but it was very busy, so we went to P'cheen which had an eclectic menu. I had crab Mac and cheese (oh, the carbs!) and Carrie had the fish and chips with mushy peas. We both had a drink called the mountain man. It was apple tasting but strong! We got home, settled in, looked up shopping for me to do tomorrow. Tomorrow's going to come too ...