Extended Stay America - Rochester - South
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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.
Found this great place to camp with a restaurant, which worked out really well since it was John's birthday. Preston is in a very scenic area of farmland and very old farmhouses and towns in southeastern Minnesota. The Old Barn turned out to be a beautiful campsite where a lot of people park their RVs for ...
... low my old Friend Jane Baylow is playing the piano and a lady is sing classical music. It was an awesome time to wile away an hour. I did say Hey to Jane and went to get my vittles.
I get back up to "Mayo 7" 5 minutes early and this time I am allowed to check in. At 930 sharp I was sitting waiting for my name to be called. I was about to get my Kindle out and wowser, they called my name at 934. Off I went and started ...
... town antique shops, history museum (very interesting, actually), eateries and a couple outfitters that arrange canoe/kayak trips down the local segment of the Root River (ends at the Mississippi). They also rent bikes for the wonderful paved bike trail which meanders along the Root River. We brought our own bikes so did about 12 miles (over and back) of the trail. It went through some pretty woods overlooking the water. We stopped once so Meatball could have a swim and ...
... 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 ...