Prime Rate Motel - Burnsville
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... thank you. I had been asked to write the blog for yesterday and this was Art’s way of bribing me to be nice or so he says.
Next stop St Paul Cathedral. By the time we got there, the kids were asleep. I stayed in the truck with them and Art, Shannon and Brian went inside. The kids looked like little angels sleeping, I took their pictures and got a tear in my eye. They are so sweet. I also took a picture of the back of Art’s truck. I hadn’t seen what ...
... my gate... We were meant to be boarding at about 7.50pm. Actually, our flight was meant to LEAVE at 7.30pm but was delayed till "apparently" 8.15pm. Well, got to 8.15pm and we still had not boarded... It was only at about 8.30pm that we all started to board the aircraft. I was in row 6 so they called each row to board numerically and of course first class had priority to board first. They called to board first class but I didn't see anyone really go to board... Then it was row 1-3 ...
... you how crazy this place is. We drove through Starbucks and found our way back to the interstate. Time for lunch and we were in Eau Claire. A college town that reminded us a lot of Walla Walla. We found a local sandwich shop Ergbert & Gerberts, that was very good. Back on the interstate, next stop Minneapolis. We arrived into St Paul about 4 and hit afternoon rush hour traffic. It was ...
... a slight breeze. Kenny comes on and the night is perfect.
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