Motel 6 Minneapolis North
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... on our route. We built in a couple of times where we didn't move the boat. This gave us a full day to explore at a relaxed pace. It was well worth it. We didn't make a lot of progress the first few days, but learning to pilot a 45 foot flat-bottomed boat and how to operate locks takes time. By the end of the trip, what took us all day at the start, required a little over a half-day at the end. One thing we learned rather quickly was that once ...
Ready or not here I go! Just as I loaded up into the car for Minneapolis airport I knew I could have used one more day.. Especially since I had left a few things behind. I had to be ready though. I said goodbye to North branch, hugged and kissed my pets Sammy, Lindy and Wookie and loaded up my bags. We went to Hanna's house in St. Paul, picked up carina and we hopped on our delta flight, bound for ...
... in Florida and he changed his flight to include a stop for 3 days here in Minnesota with us! From the minute we picked him up at the MSP airport in the Twin Cities we had a fantastic time together! He and Roger spent time together with their laptops, sharing ideas & talking in a language I don't always understand but...love seeing the expressions on their faces & hearing their laughter! Priceless! We also really enjoyed showing him ...
... 275 thousand ears of corn are sawed in half lengthwise and nailed to the building following patterns created by local artists. We had a quick 10 minute talk and we went down onto a stage like area and bought some of their honey popcorn, it was beautiful. Chamberlain was our last comfort stop. We overlooked the Missouri River and walked down a "look out for poisonous snakes" pathway. Today the weather is the mildest all holiday and is really nice. The country ...
We arrived safe and sound to Minneapolis the day before we went to a Robert Earl Keen concert called The road goes on forever, but the party never ends. It seemed fitting. We have been on the road for 5 months and are stopping for a while, but that doesn't mean the adventures are done forever. The open road will always be calling; just next time it won’t be with the La Monja.
We parted ways with our trusty Toyota called La Monja in ...