Super 8 Windom
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... this week. A good place to stay away from.
On stops along the way we saw various highway art, the Corn Palace, which last year was undergoing renovations and is now complete, and a little thirteen lined ground squirrel. The outside of the Corn Palace is decorated with parts of the corn plant.
Tomorrow we hope to get close to ...
... by the time this house was ready to move
into. The house in town was where Pa died in 1902 and Ma also in 1926
(those dates are from memory so correct me if I'm wrong)
As part of exploring De Smet you can
see the last house that Pa built, the homestead where the family
settled first before moving into town, the homestead that Laura and
Almonzo started on, the school Laura and her sister Carrie attended
... and we got to know each other a bit better. Apart from that it was a pretty boring journey. Drew is an actual legend he managed to upgrade us to cabins again tonight in Jackson, Minnesota. We are staying at a KOA again but even though it was sunny and warm this morning the temperature dropped and the wind really picked up so now we are all gathering in one cabin to warm up after dinner and to play cards etc. Also tonight it was our group's ...
... volleyball but didn't realise she was still here. She has been attending Illinois State University for 3 years on a scholarship to play volleyball. Her mum was visiting so she was spending a few days in Chicago before her mum left for Aus again. We caught up and chatted for a while, took a photo and went our separate ways. It always amazes me how small the world actually is.
The next morning we had a few jobs to do each so we separated a bit. ...
We slept like we had fallen into a blissed out state between cool white cotton sheets of the boyhood twin beds in a second floor bedroom of the farmhouse. Arising at 9:30 on Sunday morning, the sun was bright and the wind was strong. Greta and Sonya were in the kitchen talking by the stove while a pot of McCann's steel cut oatmeal simmered on a low gas burner. Soon, Greta was scrambling eggs in a big earthenware bowl, adding fresh cut herbs from ...