TownePlace Suites Rochester
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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 ...
... seems to be a theme!
We drove to Niagara Falls and walked from one end to the other. What a beautiful site! The Canadian side, Horseshoe Falls, is just awe inspiring. After oo-ing and ah-ing for about an hour, we had a delightful walk through the incredible fall colored leaves back to our hotel. We were a bit sad to see the excessive tourist attractions that overwhelmed the visit.
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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 ...
... 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!
... the plains. They do have a common bond and that is they love to git drunk an shoot up thangs! Like signposts!
In the last 2-3 days we've passed thousands of acres of corn fields along with some Lucerne and soybean but in the main its been corn, corn, corn. We couldn't figure out why so much corn. I even looked up corn production in the US but to no avail. Then yesterday it dawned on us when we came across half a dozen or more Ethanol plants. Corn is used to produce Ethanol ...