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This entry is only to keep my map current. We came across the eastern part of North Dakota, past Fargo and into Minnesota where we stayed at a great city park for the night. All grass and, with ************e there, peaceful.
I went for a run in the morning and then we headed across Minnesota towards Duluth...past ALL those lakes in Minnesota! So many of them.
... as soccer and traditional calligraphy. We had classes twice a day which were based on ability, and we also had an auction where my cabin bought missing out on morning exercise and a boat ride. On the last day, I did a zhongwa tong which is a name tag that you wear for a whole day and you can only speak Chinese. If the leader heard you speak English they take it off of you, but if you succeed you get a bead on your ...
... me of the metal palmetto trees in Columbia! Several buildings had interesting architecture. It was a very interesting city and we enjoyed touring.
After we arrived back at the camper storms began to roll in. In checking local TV the Fargo area had tornado warnings and sightings, hail, lots of wind and some terrible weather right in the place we had been. Once again we got away at the right time. Ignorance is bliss!!
... whom many were massacred at Wounded Knee - men, women and children. Kathy told us what happened and showed us information about the sit. She showed us where it all happened. It was all around us. A tragic day. She also told us anecdotal stories from her family. She was a real character and had had an interesting life. Her niece arrived to tell her that she had just had word that she had passed her nursing.
She told us that the tribe did not want a ...
... them to dry in the camper. By then we were all hungry, so we decided to walk the half-mile (according to the motel clerk) to Rene’s Drive-in where the food was supposed to be really good. About a mile up the road, we decided we would never be able to walk back – assuming we found the place at all – so Dave walked back to get the truck. Rodney looked up the drive-in on his phone, and it was another half-mile or more away, across the ...