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We are less than 24 hours from our departure time. The bags are packed and everyone has their rides planned for the first leg of our journey, which for most of us is from Lake City to MSP. We fly from Minneapolis (MSP) to Dulles Airport in Washington D.C. and then fly the long leg of our trip to ...
... there is a cartoon called "Bob the Builder"...who iknew!) They spent lots of time looking at photos of our dogs and cat on Bompa Bob the Builder's computer. We got to babysit one night and it was so nice to have Matt say, "Just give her dinner and a bath, read a couple of stories, and put her to bed. You are grandparents...you know how to do it!" So we did!
Matt gave us an amazing tour of ...
... 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 ...
... home away from home", the good old Hampton Inn, in Rochester on Sunday night and bright and early on Monday morning, we started the Mayo Clinic shuffle!
The brief summary of what has happened so far is this:
Monday - tests and saw the cardiologist. She found a heart murmur within the first 5 minutes of the exam and I have never had anyone else EVER find that. So score one for Mayo!
Monday 11th - The bikes are fixed and we're off to Madison, Wisconsin. A beautiful modern city, clean with nicely manicured gardens and surrounded by lakes. We would have liked to stop here but needed to make up time after being at the dealer this morning. Out to Prairie Du Chien, an old fur trading town on the banks of the Mississippi. Once again we followed the might river on the Eastern bank and this day we were not disappointed with the scenery. The road runs alongside the river for ...