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There are many remarkable characteristics of true Minnesotans, not the least of which is their approach toward winter. During my decade in this fair(ly freezing) state, I've observed and experienced a few conflicting expressions:
- Love the seasons: can't imagine living where there's no change of seasons
- Endlessly complain about ...
... Lobster and ate dinner. We finally arrived at the KOA campground a few minutes after 10:00pm. I thought I would get some laundry done right when we got there since it was open 24 hrs. Carried all the laundry over and got it sorted and loaded in the washers and realized the change machine was located in the arcade which by the way closed at 10:00 pm. Really??? Who does not put a change machine ...
... I got a schedule organized in my brain, it at least stayed just in the background...;-)
It was harder for me to stay in tune with activities today, but I managed to find enough holes to right myself and not turn into the grinch.
J & F picked me up and I saw the interior of the Church of the Assumption...so beautiful, and I didn't get too antsy while they finished up their work. Then to ...
... but I know that is your own special, weird way of showing your love and concern for me. Thank you for all your help in packing, planning, advice, support, love, and the endless stream of puppy photos while I was away. All of those things and more made this trip possible for me. Love you both to heaven and back <3
Hopefully there are more travel blogs to come with new and exciting trips in the future! Until then, thank you for reading!
You really can't be force to go on a vacation. My office is asking everyone to take 5 days of vacation this quarter. Robin wanted to go some where warm where they speak Spanish. She picked Mexico.
We are going to the Yucatan peninsula. We will see Cancun, Chichen Itza, and Merida.
Other places to stay in Saint Paul
2152 7th St W, Saint Paul | Motelfrom $123