DoubleTree by Hilton Rochester / Mayo Clinic Area
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... say hi to each other and he has his shop behind the local grain elevator. Several of his 6 children help out. His is a labor of love. He mostly builds kayaks for injured vets and any number of disabled programs anywhere in the US. He is also an adaptive kayak instructor. We enjoyed the whole experience of meeting and chatting with him and now have our very own kayak. Today is the 4th of July so we will either find a local fireworks display or just make our own with ...
... for West Concord ahead – we’ve learned to spot water towers as each stage of our goal for the day – and rode into town about 3:00. Dave had stopped to take a picture, so Becca and Haydynne and I slowed way down to wait for him so that we could all ride up to the house together. Rodney and Sammi were waiting for us, and the rest of the day has been spent in showering, cleaning up the camper, re-settling Becca and Rodney and the girls back at ...
... and employs over 60,000 staff.It specializes in treating difficult cases and spends over $500 million a year on research. We stayed at the historical Kahler Hotel right across the street from the Mayo Clinic. The Mayo Clinic is modern, bright and filled with impressive art works. During the week, in between lectures, we visited its research center, the bio imaging laboratory, clinical trial center and innovation center. All the people we ...
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 ...
... in East Lansing tonight. We are going to take a reminiscent walk through MSU, say "hi" to the Sparty statue, have dinner at our favorite restaurant, and then meet our friends, Jack and Sue Davis, for breakfast before finally heading back to our house in Dundee tomorrow.
Stay tuned! Hope everyone is doing well and that you are enjoying your own autumn activities!
Jane and Bob