Riverwood Inn and Conference Center
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We'll have been here a week by the time we leave on Tuesday, and it's
been fabulous to find time with so many old friends - including the
unexpected bonus of being parked near Jan & Steve - who are close
friends who now live in Arizona!!
Tomorrow, we're going to the Mill City Museum with Fran - should be another fun ...
... were not as helpful in the city and it was bit of a non. We headed back to our room and got dressed up a little for our dinner on board a paddle steamer on the mighty Mississippi River. It was about a 30 minute bus ride to the boat, we left at 6.00 pm before a nice cold one in the hotel. The paddle steamers aren't really proper paddle steamers, but they were done up to look just like one. It is a buffet affair, and our tables were on the top deck. ...
... arrived as daily life was in full swing and with a world revolving around a cherubic, high-energy, adorable, naturally center-of-attention toddler, Parker. Parker's Mom-Jenny is my cousin Karen Kadlec's daughter. Parker's Great Aunt Annie Kadlec Anderson and Great Uncle Dennis Kadlec (Karen's Older sister and brother... are you with me?) are also my cousins. Tony,a proud roadie for a ...
With our free coffee and bagels in tow, we hit the road for Minneapolis.
Neither one of us has been, so we have no idea what to expect.
Thankfully, we have a friend, Kristina Kulp, who we haven’t seen in many years and she has kindly offered to let us stay with her.
As soon as we arrive at her place, it’s all business, and by business we mean eating, drinking and sight-seeing. ...
... beginning to get out of control and that things needed to be slowed down. However, that advice went unheeded. He was also the second President (Coolidge being the first) to be sworn in by Chief Justice/Former President William H. Taft. All in all it was quite an interesting Presidential Library. He and his wife are buried on the Library grounds. We also went over to the National Park which is the homestead of where he was born. It was quite ...