Good Friday morning Corey and I set off for the far North of North Dakota.
This was our first trip to visit Kyli our daughter and her husband Justin at the United Methodist Church he now pastors in Langdon.
The rising light of the morning brought us to our favorite Truck Stop not far from Albert Lea, MN., Trail's TA Travel Center.
I love catching these three jets as we pass the Owatonna Airport just as we arrive next to one of my favorite shopping venues.
Yes, we decided to take this familiar route again along I-35 to save some time.
Again, I say..."I'd take a ride around the patch today,Please!"It certainly would get us to where we needed to go a little faster.
Whoops! Did I just show my impatience?
I not only saw this Cabela's at Owatonna, but we sped past the one at Rogers, on the otherside of Minneapolis. Ahhh,I learned about another store over in Grand Forks,ND as we passed one of those great advertising tools, "THE Roadside Billboard."
I too "Thank You Farmers!"
We depend on the Ag Products to cover so many aspects in our day-to day existence.
One of my favorite building decorations is at the BMW Headquarters as we come up the ramp to join the morning traffic.
Watching for interesting driving patterns came right away when a lady decided it was alright to stop to let us in to the chagrin of those behind her...Thank you for your kindness Lady.
These towers are welcome reminders for me to let me know I'm headed in the right direction. I'm one of those individuals that looks for markers to show me where I'm located.
They were important to me a couple years ago when I decided to try a new experience, drive through the cities on my own. I got off on a side path where I didn't want to be...keeping these twins in sight allowed me to get back on the right road.
They almost became an afterthought when I tried to hurry-up and get my cellphone turned behind the driver's seat this trip. Helps to sharpen the reflexes!
Come back and I'll share some more of our Easter weekend adventures with you! Until then have a Great Evening!