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I pulled out of Scott's campground in Waterville, MN and headed up to Mankato to get my nuts tightened. (No Neville. not THOSE nuts, the ones on the motor coach---Jeeze). After that delicate operation and filling up with fuel I merrily motored on over toward Wisconsin. The sun was shining and the wind was at my back and I had a leisurely drive.
The flat land and corn gradually warped into the hardwood forest and scenic bluffs of ...
After a fun time in Iowa visiting my daughter and her family, I motored on up to my home town of Sleepy Eye, Minnesooota for a family reunion.
Sleepy Eye has a very nice campground on the local lake called, yep, you guessed it, Sleepy Eye Lake. Anywho, I was the only camper in the park. I went up to the liquor store to pay the camping fee and was told the place was booked full for the coming week-end. There is no down payment, and the person ...
... supprisingly fun so I may have to play more when I get home. Unfortunately I didn't win either of the games but I guess the fact that I had fun is the most important thing. Today we had a really long day spending 5.5 hours at The Mall of America which is a huge shopping centre about 2 hours from Mankato. Most of us met up for Lunch at Buba Gump Shrimp (thats right the restaurant from Forest gump) and had great meals, all of which were huge but ...
... even the smell of the hotels and motels changed. The different foods and yet the same foods. Seeing and living across the U.S. in a truncated period of time magnified the differences...Steaks were different in D.C. than they were in Texas. The level of restaurant service changed. Bugs in the rooms were different...people were different...the roads were different...it was all out there. To experience it with friends as close as we are was truly amazing. We dreamed of this for over ...
... the car next to us did not have a driver - there was a woman in the "passenger" seat, but not the "driver's", or at least that would have been the case had i been back home in Australia.
It feels very strange turning corners, & taking exit ramps on the highways (they are all on the right), & i feel like i am trapped in some kind of mirror, or parralell universe a lot of the time.