Super 8 Blaine/Mpls/St. Paul Area
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... has cooled off and it is not quite as humid although we had a major thunderstorm last night. Now we know the trailer doesn't leak!
I finally figured out how to put pictures on my laptop so I will attempt to upload them. There are a lot so I'm not sure how many I will get up at a time. Will let you know our route and schedule once we figure it out.
This trailer life is a slow one; time slows down and you just go with the flow. ...
... what to do. We worked it out but it was a tense moment! Should've had that part on video and by that time I knew how to work it but Gary had me packing stuff up and said he would remember.
Much of Minnesota is farming. Instead of grapevines, I see lots of corn fields and some unidentifiable green stuff growing low to the ground. Farms are a big business here. I think most of the small farmers have been bought out. On the drive here to Blaine we saw several ...
... in search of accommodation, narrowly avoiding deer on the way. It's pretty disorientating driving extremely long and flat roads in the dark, it makes gauging the distance between you and the lights coming towards you very difficult. Eventually we found ourselves in the non-descript town of Greybull. We were lucky enough to find a motel winding down for the evening with a spare room that they were happy to give us at a reduced rate so we jumped at the ...
... and the Sjoholms, plus Phil Mattson started arriving around 6:00.
Phil is a close friend from 1981 when Nile started teaching at Foothill College and carrying on in the rather large footsteps and musical legacy left by Phil. A table of delicious appetizers and a full bar greeted us all as we embarked on an evening of chatter, clatter, clinking and singing. Music was made, with Phil at the piano and Barbara, Gingie, Sarah and ...