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... surprised! We spent the night in Rochester, New York and in the morning, we took a tour of the Eastman Museum, home of the founder of Eastman Kodak. Both of us really enjoyed that with the exception of the tour guide who pronounced every single syllable of every single word!
Yesterday was Zander's first birthday and we got to see him open up his building blocks (thanks to Skype!) Bompba Bob ...
... adorable grandson, Zander, was born and we are really looking forward to getting to see him, Ra´ssa, and our darling little two year old, Elianna!
I'm including the latest photo of Zander as he experiences pumpkin carving for the very first time!
Miss you all! Thanks for all the calls, emails, and support during this latest health incident!
Jane and Bob
... up to St. Olaf for a football game on Saturday. We will head home on Saturday afternoon and then will be coming back to Mayo Clinic next week for appointments on Wednesday and Thursday.
From there, we plan to take off on "Bob and Jane's Great Adventure Road Trip" to Vermont to see Matt, Raissa, and Elianna!
Miss you all, miss my turtles, miss my family on Maui! We'll keep you posted!
Jane and ...
... We also had heard of a place called the Corn Palace in Mitchell, SD that we thought might be good to take a look at. It's the only "Corn Palace in the World". We had forgotten that it is about the time when corn is starting to be harvested and so when we got there the place was getting it's start of a new facelift. The inside and outside are covered with dried cobs of corn of varied colors to make murals. They have a theme each ...
... the plains. They do have a common bond and that is they love to git drunk an shoot up thangs! Like signposts!
In the last 2-3 days we've passed thousands of acres of corn fields along with some Lucerne and soybean but in the main its been corn, corn, corn. We couldn't figure out why so much corn. I even looked up corn production in the US but to no avail. Then yesterday it dawned on us when we came across half a dozen or more Ethanol plants. Corn is used to produce Ethanol ...