Super 8 Windom
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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A short 1 hr drive into downtown Chicago. The weather is really starting to cool off a bit now, jackets and beanies are out. We had to pre book car parking for the couple days so we left the van near the hostel and headed into the main part of downtown, we saw the bean and the city sights, did some shopping and bought our jerseys for the bulls game. As we drove into Chicago, everyone was off to the football, Chicago Bears were playing Miami Dolphins. ...
... then started the fire, and roasted marshmallows and read. It's was light until 9:30 or so, and was such a nice night around the fire! By 11 we were all in bed again, hoping for an early start tomorrow. It's time for me to hit the hay tonight, and hopefully get a full nights sleep in, and kick this slight it was 6 hours, so I'm hoping tonight I can get a good 8 hours! So from Jackson, Minnesota, good night and good day! ...
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 ...
... mostly teen seasonal workers who also dress in Yogi and Boo Boo costumes, reminding me of a Disney-like atmosphere.
Severe weather hit on two nights with torrential rains and thunder and lightning. Two gigantic booms of thunder shook the earth beneath the MH.
I saw a new kind of manufactured home at the CG (see pic). At first glance, it appeared to be 2 stories, but upon closer inspection I'd say the home has high ceilings.
... side was varied with trees forest and farms. So pretty. Here we joked about all the Orange cars that seem to be around us. They were everywhere we went. We drove to Minnesota. Entering the state in a construction zone. On the side of a mountain with an amazing view of the lake below. The mountain scenery slowly changed to flat lands and farms as far as the ...