Hampton Inn & Suites Rochester - North
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... word in the book while they were waiting for the police. Other Wabasha highlights included a 599 pound pumpkin, lots of smelly candle shops, a toy museum, and a hay bale maze. Yep...we are in the Midwest!
We leave for Illinois tomorrow, spend one night there, and then it's off the next adventure...a driving trip to see our son, Matt, and family. We haven't seen Matt since his nephew ...
... tests including a treadmill stress test that did me in. I got really sick after the test. The technicians told me that it was a good thing that I had this test as the doctors would have lots of data to look at...huh?
Wednesday - Friday - more test, more doctors, more walking from office to office, more Starbucks!
I am going to spend Kol Nidre and Yom Kippur in the synagogue here in Rochester while ...
... once past the stopped vehicle we move back to the right.
The 4 way stop signs at intersections could seem to be confusing but it works quite well. First vehicle to the stop sign has right of way and so on in order. Everyone is patient and waits their turn. On a couple of occasions we've been waved through.
Talking to the locals whenever we stop has on quite a number of occasions proved very helpful. Local knowledge has taken us to see sights we would have otherwise ...
“Stop that,” Mom cries out. “You’re hurting him.”
“You’re not suppose to be here this late,” the nurse snaps. “Get out of this room NOW!”
We walk down the steps in silence. I hear Mom behind me stop walking. I turn around and see her head buried into her coat as she sobs uncontrollably. This is the first time ...
The North Iowa Band Festival Parade kicked off Saturday morning with a broad collection of high school and middle school bands from the North Iowa area. Mason City High School serves as the host and led off the parade with a rousing rendition of "76 Trombones" from the Music Man. Meredith Wilson, the writer of the Music Man, was born in Mason City. The festival features his musical legacy.
We were able to trek up to Manly, Iowa, about 10 ...