Relax Inn of Stewartville
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... since we haven't been camped near a large town for awhile. Rochester has over 100,000 people so has most of the stuff we need. Bob's phone has decided to go funny so he is off trying to get it fixed in the local Apple Store, which, here, is actually a franchise. Yesterday we went to pick up our kayak. The guy who builds all the adaptions was a pretty cool guy and a good inventor. He lives in a tiny town called Chatfield with a population of around 2000 folks who all ...
... the church, and both seem to have found new life from the process. We had read an article in Guideposts about him, and since the church was so close to our route, wanted to see it. Though it was locked and the windows were too high to let us see much inside, it’s a beautiful little church in a beautiful setting of a well-kept cemetery. Wish someone had been around to show us the inside. Check out these sites for more information.
... effect and minimize the risks. Mayo has a great website full of information and it has open door policy and willing to work with any patients with difficult medical problems. It is really nice to know whatever health problems we may encounter in the future, we know where we can get the most updated evidence based medical help. Rochester is a city of about 108,000 people but it has 2 million visitors each year from all over the world. Because ...
We are just returning from our East Coast driving trip and since we are in the car for a couple more hours and Bob is driving, I thought I would update you on our travels. Again, if this is too much info, just delete!
We arrived at Matt and Ra´ssa's lovely home in Burlington, VT on Sunday evening. Oh my gosh...their home is set on 11 acres of the most beautiful farmland! We walked ...
... this next year is going to be one of health, healthy living, and more good health!
Bob and I spent this afternoon wandering around Wabasha...the town made famous in the movie "Grumpy Old Men". Not only is that one of Bob's favorite movies ever, but we actually got to see two real life grumpy old men who had just had a car accident. The older of the two gentlemen used just about ...