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Discussion in 'Central – From Da Nort Woods to the Plane States' started by lonerockz, Apr 29, 2009.
Nice rainy day tag!
The rain found me about 15 miles from Wykoff, added to the "adventure"...
As I got to Ed's Museum it stopped raining and the sun came out. I then just drove around that front of rain, watching the lightning from 10-15 miles along side the storm on my strom. Made for an interesting gps track shape... and was fun to flirt with that front for a few hours.
Anywho, riding around the rain put me in the town of Le Roy... went into Iowa via dirt roads just for fun... amongst the corn and wind turbines the temperature hit 81*F... felt much nicer than the 60*F I returned home to...
Definitely tested my gear set up today... not quite perfect, but I made it home warm and dry (enough).
King's Place is on the south side of Hwy 61 in Miesville, MN. They were cooking up something involving onions that smelled really good but it wasn't open yet.
Gag house, corner of 3rd north st and Washington, New Ulm MN.
Nice! My neck is finally getting better and I did make it out today. Rode down to Nelson and north of there. Outstanding day. I was 4 hrs late on the Kings tag.
Found it! Not an easy one to google, but I did it all by myself.
This nicely restored building is in Pilot Mound, MN which is about 10 miles east of Chatfield on Hwy 30 at the point it intersects 104.
Coolio. One of the oxcart trails in the state goes by my in-laws farm. Hwy 10 covers much of one of them.
Brighton township, cty rd 5 west of St Peter.
Located. Been a long, long time but isn’t that pretty close to the burrito joint Eddie James used to love?
Zanz? I went there in 1999.
That’s the spot.
Tagged: Downtown Tokyo, I mean North Mankato at the corner of Belgrade Ave and 169 -?
Located. I was there not too long ago! I was going to use it as a tag.. Lemme check my phone...
Nope, not there. I can try later this week maybe. Nice area!