Historic Calumet Inn
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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So driving through Minnesota today we saw a helicopter with a guy hanging from a line similar to the military and then he slowed at the power line pole. The power poles are approximately 100 feet tall metal, and apparently the local power company uses a helicopter to get guys from pole to pole to work on them. The helicopter yo weed at the power pole to let the guy transfer to the arm with the wires. Who knew ...
... salad and had a bit of Sarah's Caprese sandwich She said it was awesome!
After lunch we perused the meat case and picked out some meats to add to our picnic cooler. They had a great array of cheeses as well but we had enough of those so didn't buy cheese there.
We got back on 90 West and after about a half hour a very interesting group of rocks were seen on the right side of the highway. There was an ...
... ever seen and enjoyed watching it being made next to the liquor display - crazy!! After breakfast we walked around two of the cities parks (Garretson is called "the city of parks"), Split Creek Park and Devil's Gulch. At Split Creek we learned all about Jesse James and his famous horse jump over the creek to escape being captured during one of his many bank robberies. We then got on the road to head to the Badlands and Mt. Rushmore. ...
... the Great Lakes to the Rockies. The stone could be worked by stone-age tools, and a pipe needs to be drilled as well as shaped and decorated. The exhibition, film and talks presented the history and current use, and information about what the pipe was used for -- its central religious purpose. 'Peace pipe' doesn't do it justice.
From their ...
... drive through the plains.
We entered through the kids' jungle and bible land experience... Yeah, we were a bit scared and confused, particularly when we were greeted by a Romanian woman in her sixties dressed like an Amish woman. She was excited to show Zoe her dark and musty jungle room, with plastic crocodiles and giant eggs everywhere. We put Zoe in the swing for a moment.. She loved it, but was not too sad to move on from this eerie back alley "souvenir ...