Residence Inn Rochester Mayo Clinic Area
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... This years' theme is going to be "Do you remember?" Inside was not taken down so we got a good look at the "ear-t" the outside however had some panels already removed and areas were traced for the new mural to be placed. The place is an actual arena that has concerts. A small venue but most recently Pat Benatar, Crystal Gayle, and Tommy James and the Shondells had just preformed in the last few weeks. Mitchell is a nice little town ...
... 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 ...
... pesticides on fruit trees for many years caused the disease. Dr. Green never sent Dad’s tissue to a lab for a pathology exam, so the Mayo Clinic doctors don’t believe that Dad had prostate cancer. Dad continued to have mini-strokes until he died of kidney failure and toxic shock syndrome at the age of 78, two months after Mom and Dad celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary.
The excitement had been building for this trip, and we are finally on the road! We left home around 7:15 after eating some homeade pizza, chicken and cheese wraps, finished off yogurts and strawberries. Basically we cleaned out the fridge! We are fully loaded with the mini van and hauling "Jake's trailer", a ...
... with some significant modificatons required. Should be quite a project.
Monday was a catch up day - laundry, a little TV, shopping. Then Tuesday we hit the road again and headed north on our way to the Upper Peninsula (UP) in Michigan. We stayed overnight in Rochester, MN, as there were some antique stores we wanted to catch and they weren't open until Wednesday. So we'll have a short day on Tuesday, then head north again Wednesday.