Super 8 Blue Earth
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
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... a ¾ mile walk to some quarrys and a waterfall and also some huge quartzite rocks, some of which had some funny shapes including the 'Old Stone Face'. After that we got back on the side roads and headed to a campsite we thought might be free in Truman, but they now charge $20 a night. So we made dinner and then got back on the road to the I-90 and travelled half an hour to a place called Blue Earth which has a free campsite for the first 48hrs and also has ...
... that I had to use my iPhone. However, the pic I did take with it looks eerily cool. We took pics of each other under the Jolly Green Giant and visited the little gift shop. I got a postcard and Naomi didn't see anything worth ...
Yeah! we got a good nights sleep and manage to get to the office for 7.45am.
Diane woke up with her bites aching, itching and stinging. What we originally thought were mosquito bites turned out to be Chigger bites. We were told that they are non-flying insects that like to get underneath tight fitting clothes as they like something to press against when they bury their heads underneath your skin to extract blood... EEK! Once bitten the spots ...
We didn't get a lot of sleep last night (do we ever?).
The Mosquitoes have really got a taste for Diane's blood and I think it was her restlessness that kept us awake. I'm surprised she's not anemic due to the amount of bites she has sustained. She moved around so much I eventually got up at 4am.
Cycling to the office this morning was a little cooler and there was fog in the lower places along our route. I am really enjoying the freedom of bicycle riding ...
Today we started at 8am. We pedaled out to the office were we met up with the rest and were taken out to a prairie. Bill told us it was the only original prairies or miles. No farming or building has ever been done on this land. When we arrived, Mike, Gnoc and the boys were already out in the fields looking for Camus, a long stemmed flower seed. I was glad that we had been supplied with boots as the grass was still quite damp.