Extended Stay America - Rochester - North
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I was getting my hair done at Shear Perfection / Hair Port, when Rosemary strolled in to get her hair done. As we finished up, in walked Marti, ready to do her great work there, and it turned out her first customer was Gayle! What a small world, and what a great level of excitement! Thought we'd document this with a picture.
... My eyes were looked at, had lights shined in them, was asked to read stuff like letters (I could only see the biguns) and generally got checked out pretty good. Then the gal put some drops in me eyes to deaden them she said.
Off I wen t to another waiting room to wait for the doc, a Dr Kahn. I asked if his first name was Shaka. I didn't get an answer...This time I did get my Kindle out, turned on, and read 3 lines. ...
... champagne with the Captain. Entertainment was 'Bourbon to Beale' - music from New Orleans to Memphis. Again after diner we listened to big band music. The night was lovely so we ended with a walk around the deck. Sightings : squirrels, Eagles , Zimmer frames "Good friends, good books and a sleepy conscience: this is the ideal life". Mark ...
... we bought. There aren't any lakes in this area so will wait for our maiden paddling experience. We are generally plotting our journey to Washington and beyond. We think we will head in a katty-corner fashion up thru Minnesota to North Dakota then go across there staying around some of the numerous lakes dotting the region. Then on to Montana and Glacier National Park, Idaho for a baked potato, then Washington for some apples. Then we will see... We are in a ...
... almost 10 miles. Shortly before Kenyon, there was a nice long downhill to cross the Zumbro River, then a short, steeper climb to the town.
Here, Rodney was getting Haydynne ready to ride the last 10 miles home with us. She’d never ridden the Trail-a-Bike on the roads before, and does have a tendency to lean side to side to see beyond her parent, so it made Grandma and Grandpa a bit nervous. But Becca was fine with it, so we took some pictures – ...