Monday, June 25, 2018

journey south

On Saturday, we departed River Falls destination--St. James. On our way, we stopped at my students' lemonade stand. Patrick, you pour a mean cup of strawberry infused real lemonade (made with real lemons)
Then we journeyed to Minneapolis to purchase a replacement chimney for an oil lamp. We decided to take a gamble on a new to us restaurant called the Red Cow. It was really interesting/unique. We had a free appetizer of donut holes--Osten and Katie had kids meals, Brad had a beer that he said tasted just like Germany and a Double  Barrel burger while I ordered and loved the breakfast burger (burger, peanut butter, overeasy egg, bacon, Wisconsin cheese on sour dough and a wedge salad.

We also got to see the opening minutes of the World Cup game of Sweden vs. Germany--they are the two countries of my heritage, so that was pretty neat. Germany ended up winning the game.

On the road again we arrived in St. James, checked into our hotel and then went to Mom's for a tasty tater tot hotdish. We then drove to the Railroad Days parade and were wowed, by the amount of candy we received.

What a fun day! Thanks to all who made it possible!

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