Super 8 Morris
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Left the farm at 736.......temp 49.......odometer 33582. Short stop at TLC......left at 7:46. Went to Alex for Diane's 9:00 appointment with Dr. Gess. Joel went to Alex RV to get new house batteries for Leprechaun and "fix" the fridge problem. Joel bought jelly belly's at Office Max......13.94 cash Bought new batteries at Alex RV and fixed fridge......300.81....Visa. Bought Leinies, bourbon and spiced rum at liquor store.......209.77. Diane done and ...
... in the summer. It's also a great place for Ice fishing in the winter!
Uncle Bob raved about this area for years! Minnesota has the bluest skies, greenest grass, best gold course in the nation, friendliest people etc...overall the best place to live!!
In September 2000 we were happy to drive across the country with dad, so he could visit family and show us the state he was ...
... for making me feel so welcome and included in your family. Also a thank you to my Bible study group, Grandma Mary and her family, and all the Erno family friends in Shenyang that made my stay so comfortable. I miss my students - Eli, Isaiah, Sariah, Sofia and Hope. Keep up the spelling, reading, writing!
Coming home had its pluses too. Sam is 3, and I love being with their family also. Coleen flew home from FL for Christmas and ...
After 2 1/2 days hanging out at the farm, I'm trying to imagine if I could possibly be a farmer. Negatives would include the wind, the distance from everything, the lack of hills, the pretty barren landscape, the monotony of daily farm work and the limited interaction with different people. Positives would include the distance from everything, the quiet and solitude, and the pride that comes with living and working off the land. There also exists ...
...But now I write from a cozy farm house in Norcross, MN, population 60 or so, on a family farm run by the Vipond Family, lifelong Corcoran friends including MaryAnn, a 83 yr old mom and five of her sons and one son-in law who farm "somewhere between 10,000 and 15,000 acres." One of the other sons sells seed and crop insurance, but has an 800 acre "hobby" farm. They just had their best crop ever and they're ...