Historic Hutchinson House B&B
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
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... keep it from getting too hot. We relaxed for our customary hour, then mounted up again. Small towns are frequent enough now that we stop at each break at a mini-mart to refill our water bottles with ice and cold water. The route out of Faribault is a loooong, but not steep, hill – first on a bridge over the RR tracks, then a level spot where the Quik-Trip is located, and then another long hill out of town. After that it leveled out into general ups and ...
... headed for lunch in "Ireland" – the town of Green Isle, with shamrocks on the water tower and the local baseball team called the “Fighting Irish.” The roads had continued pretty easy, and we’d made good time, stopping occasionally to take pictures of picturesque farms. The soils in this part of Minnesota are a rich, dark brown with almost a touch of blue at times. And the trees are very green, and the fields are ...
... and played some entrance music and she strolled out onstage to a thunderous applause....Then she started to sing. It was awesome. The last time I actually saw her in person singing was at her grand fathers funeral. I was mesmerized by the performance. She had come so far and her voice has matured so well. It was wonderful. Most country singers sing about 8 or 9 songs and then take a break. Not Caitlyn, she sang for 2 hours straight, with ...
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... once corn fields and there are more houses where there was once pasture land and trees. Sometimes it’s better to not go back to old landmarks… and to just remember a place as you knew it. On the other hand, if/when I ever get nostalgic for the old place and wonder if we did the right thing by selling it, I see it now and I know I would not want to be living on that busy road among all the new homes and businesses ...