Arrowwood Resort & Conference Center
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Left the cabin in Millervile, MN and headed west on I94. Had our first issue when none of the electrical or fridge would work. Stopped in Fargo and luckily there was an Interstate Battery right off the interstate two new batteries later and everything is ...
... The red team team won the morning's contest, but the blue team won the "pick the safety pins out of the rice" contest in the evening. It was good to see everyone who could make it.
After the group breakfast on Sunday, we stopped at McDonald's on the way out of town for more wi-fi, then headed west to North Dakota.
... raised in! We had a wonderful time & were so glad we made the trip with dad. It was wonderful visiting Uncle Bob, Aunt Alice and the other relatives. Dad shared the family history in the area & enjoyed showing us all his special places.
This time we are alone and experiencing the area from a different prospective but we carry with us the memories of the last time we were ...
Since I didn't get any cards out this year, I thought I would take this opportunity to finally show that I have left China! I intended to wrap up the trip with a few final photos, but it never happened! I left Shenyang on Wed. Nov. 14th and was back in Mpls. by 6:30 that evening - after stops in Seoul and Seattle!
My 11 weeks there was a wonderful experience and it was really hard to leave. Thank you, Jason & Christa, Eliana, Isaiah, ...
... well before its time.
Gary & Diane had originally lived right next door in a 6000+ square foot home plus a garage and servants quarters (white building - above detached garage) but sold it and built their current manse. The family who built it was escaping the summer heat in Texas and their servants, of course, would come early to prepare the house for the Masters' arrival. When I ...