Holiday Inn Rochester Downtown
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So this year’s ride is finished. There were some really hard rides, and some very memorable moments. 62 miles with a 20 mph headwind the first day. Taking a rest break in the post office in Taylor, ND. Riding 11.4 miles on a gravel road. The beautiful openness of the North Dakota plains. Riding in a rainstorm through Fergus Falls. A tailwind and a great bike trail! Spending time with the Willsons after all these years. The lovely ...
... Melanoma, organ transplant, sleep patterns and diets are discussed and questions answered. It is amazing how much knowledge one can learn in one short week. The important lessons we learned are to maintain a healthy life style, exercise, enjoy social life and travel. When disease does strike, if a person's genome is sequenced (presently a Mayo clinical trial is doing that ), drug therapies then can be tailored to the individual to ...
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 ...
We are just returning from our East Coast driving trip and since we are in the car for a couple more hours and Bob is driving, I thought I would update you on our travels. Again, if this is too much info, just delete!
We arrived at Matt and Ra´ssa's lovely home in Burlington, VT on Sunday evening. Oh my gosh...their home is set on 11 acres of the most beautiful farmland! We walked ...
... 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 ...