Quadna Resort and Conference Center
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... for Josh as this is a place where, years ago, we snagged the last room, on the second floor, overlooking the lake and watched an amazing thunderstorm...and since it was Josh's birthday, we had a great (expensive) meal where he could order whatever he wanted...steak and crab legs, I believe it was. We are now in Bismarck, ND....and it is hot....we just passed through a couple of huge storms...the kind that look like they hold ...
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Driving on our way today we passed a man on a road bike. I was so glad we weren't him!
We pulled into the Pokegama RV Park alongside the Dam. This is the beginning of the Mighty Mississippi River. We were lucky to find the last spot available even in this rain.
We took a stroll across the dam and into the recreation area but there were so ...
... to join the Indians who long inhabited this remote realm of sparkling lakes and dense green forests—an enchanted land that has inspired more than its share of legends, folklore, and of course, stories about the fish that got away. As you drive through the region, where wild orchids brighten hidden bogs and the Mississippi is but a gentle woodland stream, it’s easy to see why so many tall tales have been born here.
... base in the States. With that in our heads, and with Leah as our sociologist teacher, we all gained an even greater appreciation for our privilege in the world. We were also frequently reminded about how much we, as guerros, have to learn from our neighbors to the South.
Now, I’ve ended many a blog entry with a humorous story. This one will follow suit. A few days before we left Oaxaca, Micah and Zola graduated from Papalotes. The ...
... improved, I took the top down and enjoyed driving through Minnesota's timber territory. However, the sky was mostly overcast, so I decided to leave the tent in the trunk for another night and to check into a motel.
This morning the sun is still reluctant to come out. The sky reminds me of the 'June gloom' that Rita and I experienced in Los Angeles, ...