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This entry is only to keep my map current. We came across the eastern part of North Dakota, past Fargo and into Minnesota where we stayed at a great city park for the night. All grass and, with ************e there, peaceful.
I went for a run in the morning and then we headed across Minnesota towards Duluth...past ALL those lakes in Minnesota! So many of them.
... and painted it on a slab of a tree which was attached to a string so I could hang it around my neck while I was at camp. I then handed in American dollars in exchange for Chinese Yuan and the exchange rate was one USD = five Yuan. With that money, you are allowed to spend it at the shop which holds millions of Chinese candy and chocolate. I bought so much of it!
My week at the Village was full of ...
... crossed the sidewalk as well as the road. The sidewalk even had it's own little safety arm that comes down to stop pedestrians. Jim was really taken with that! There were some really neat stores and I actually bought something! I know you've been worried that I hadn't bought something before now but I was waiting for the right things to buy. Believe it or not I got shoes and some pants!
It was wedding day in Fargo.The Catholics were outside after a ...
Decided to leave early so I would miss thundershowers predicted for Wednesday. Very pretty day. Stopped in St Cloud to see some gardens. Silly me, I had already seen them and even though they were free I did not stay. I plan to get to Miles City, Montana tomorrow. ...
Day 24 continued Thursday 18 June 2015
Wounded Knee was an isolated lonely looking place when we arrived. In retrospect, quite fitting for such a sad place.
There was a car parking area with a young man at a table, obviously selling something. Down the slope was a long table with a simple shaded roof. There was a lone woman there. Nothing else to see. We wandered down the slope and met a most amazing woman called Kathy. She was a descendant of the ...