Super 8 Windom
Travel Blogs from Windom
... spread as far as the eye can see. It clearly was a good place for them as the headwind we were facing was significant. I noticed our gas mileage dropped from 10 to about 7 this leg due to the wind and seemingly constant minor uphill grade.
Our big adventure on the way was to stop at the "SPAM Museum". Why? Well, better ask "Why not?". It was in Austin Minnesota - headquarters of ...
... too! We arrived at Twin City Indian in St. Paul at 12:30 pm for our oil change and rear tire change. We have been spoiled by Indian of Charlotte, New Jersey and Fresno. The work is completed, but it is not the same feel as our others dealerships. However, we are back on the road in timely fashion. The 2009 has been flawless on the trip. The Super 8 calls again and we enjoy a nice dip in the pool after a ride in the overwhelming sun and ...
... 1949. There are only 3 mounds visible from the visitors center. The rest must be reached by hiking in or by air.
We went further North to hit Interstate 90. Stopped at the SPAM Museum. That was cool - highly recommended for a free tour. There were lots of audio and visuals and touchy feely things for kids. All of us enjoyed it.
Also of interest was the domed shaped schools in Great Meadow, MN. Apparently ...
Today officially marks one week since I've been home from college, and there's still so many things I haven't had the chance to do! Within these next few days, I have to finish saying my goodbyes to everyone and finish up my packing; these aren't exactly small things to accomplish! Well I wish everyone a Merry Christmas, and can't wait to be reporting from Ireland within the ...
... with the insurance company, that since the car could drive, we would take ti to Calgary and file the claim with their company once we got up there. Anyway...thankfully we are all well and no one got hurt.
So we hit the road about 3 hours later than planned to the Laura Ingalls (i.e. Little House on the Prairie) festival in Walnut Grove. We had some time in town to see the very exciting (for those who discussed this ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed