Knights Inn Wahpeton
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... Paul was at 3:47 PM. It was a one hour flight. We had a 2.5 hours layover.
We left MSP at 7:15 PM and landed in WDC around 10:20 PM. We got home a little after 11 PM. The taxi line was incredible but we got a taxi pretty quick. We played with Roger until midnight.
Overall, we drove 2,825 miles from Fargo, ND into Montana, Wyoming, South Dakota, and then to Wahpeton, ND. The trip was phenomenal. It was great seeing Joel's cousins from the Petrich side of the ...
... birthday cake. the deliberation and voting began. A discussion ensued about Joel and Jim hosting for 2016 by Alan. Joel brought up the pros and cons of coming to Washington DC. Then, a one year/two years discussion started, too. Janell won the votes to host in 2016 and it will be either in the second or third week of August.
Everyone left Harold and Marlene's around 8:45 PM. End of Day Three of the Cousins Reunion.
... they were home and we spent some time catching up. Lana gave us one of Cindy's watercolor painting of a mermaid. We left the Sands around 10:35 AM and drove to Harold and Marlene's house before 11:30 AM. Then, we headed to the historical Bagg Bonanza Farm. The history of the farm was very interesting. Some of the equipment they had on display reminded Joel and his cousins of the equipment they had on their farms.
After the bonanza farm tour, we ...
... in Miller SD and got lunch/dinner to go. We finally arrived at Baymont Inn & Suites in Wahpeton around 8:30 PM. After we dropped off out luggage, we went to Marlene and Harold's house. We saw and chatted with Alan and Mary, Janell and Gary, and Harold and Marlene. We left their house around 10:15 PM after having a piece of chocolate zucchini cake. Delicious.
Photos of Badlands below.
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.