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... 8217;s difficult and pushes us to do more than we think we can. I want to see if it kicks my butt the way it did back in 2011, on my first ever backpacking trip. I’ve done 150 more miles in a pack since then, and Boot Camp exercise classes twice a week. I’m in much better shape now. At least that’s what I tell myself.
A few days after Kate’s incredulous outburst, I mention our trip to Zan, a friend from Boot Camp. ...
... Mall of America. The mall is big with the stores in an outer circle and four levels leaving space for kiddie rides in the middle which included a roller coaster. I had a great meal in a barbecue restaurant comprising of a burger with brisket added to the burger meat, topped with pulled pork and two thick slices of jalapeno bacon with chip - Yum!
Wonder how hot it will get tomorrow?
... quite good. We washed it all down with glasses of Goose Island Ale which was a wheat beer and quite florally and refreshing. Towards the end of the trip we went out on deck. Jen had a gin and tonic and was chatting with an American. I had been speaking to a guy from Dakota who was nurseryman, he was telling me about how few holidays he gets and it was his first time on the Mississippi. I also spoke to Chuck our bus driver, who it turns out used to be ...
... arch bridge curves away from the mill region and crosses the river to the University.
We started by visiting the Guthrie, with its multiple theaters. It was nearing showtime, so the lobbies were crowded, but we were still allowed to go up to the cantilevered ("endless") bridge. The best thing about the bridge are the windows, which have mirrors sitting at angles to the glass, producing super-cool reflections. There's also a ...
... relax during the weekend. Then we had our last training ride and Mission Coffeehouse stop on Saturday morning, so we could walk to town for ice cream and sit on the porch together. Never enough time to do everything ,but we certainly did eat well!
After the Memorial Day ceremony, the Radtkes and Chadly left for the mainland while we put the bags on our bikes and headed to the ferry. We’d arranged with Tom Hart in Bayfield to disassemble and pack our bikes on ...