Travelodge & Suites Fargo/Moorhead
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... but since she didn't ride bikes today that’s more understandable. Breakfast was our usual eggs, bacon, fruit, and donuts, and then we packed up the tent and all the Langworthy gear into the back of the camper. By 8:45 we were all ready. Rodney, Dave and I mounted our bikes, and Becca and the girls started off in the camper.
There was a short little rise going east out of Enderlin, and that’s the last real hill we saw all day until ...
Made it to Fargo, ND today. It snowed this morning in Wisconsin and we met Emmy's friend for lunch in Minneapolis, MN.
We also stopped at an REI for a few minutes.
Roads in Minnesota this evening were icy in spots and it was very windy, but we went slow and made it here safely.
Sorry, there isn't much else to say since we haven't done any sight seeing yet. Planning on entering Canada tomorrow, so things should become more interesting.
... plane. We didn't stop to chat but we all expressed our surprise as we passed him by. Maybe we can catch up with him at the end of this flight.
Later - in Chicago...
We did talk with Dr. Munoz and his wife. They are on their way to Peru for two months.
Because Fargo didn't give us boarding passes to get out of Chicago, we had to leave security, take a shuttle to Terminal 5, find the Korean Air desk and check in. Here's the kicker:
... 200-250 will be the norm. This will hopefully allow for more pictures/video and more time to scout out the local towns along the way. The 2010 trip was purposely long distance to be able to see as much as possible in the short amount of time available, and then return to the best areas on future trips. I will miss not going through the Glacier area which is one of the ...
... and firm amidst the torrential rains and raging winds. They sent me encouragement, cheered me on, and I drew a deeper will and determination to continue my hard work of pedaling against the 23 mile-per-hour wind gusts they could somehow withstand.
Breathtaking as the Lupines were, an equally astonishing scene often unfolded – picturesque white fields of daisies. Acres of them, as if they were in place to ...