GuestHouse International Inn & Suites Rochester
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... my Nurseline friends, I am now in tick country and found a neat little gadget call a tick. I just had to buy one to have on hand. I remember all the tick calls we would get all summer. I am hoping that having one will be like a good luck charm I will never need to use it. You can see what they look like at www.TickKeyCompany.com. Everyone here swears by them and I now have one hanging on my keychain. No need to carry tweezers into the woods. ...
... 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 ...
... out without a penalty. I’ll have to use that money to buy a plane ticket. Can’t I wait to see Dad when I come home for Christmas instead?”
“No, this is urgent. Your father is having serious exploratory surgery at the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota tomorrow, and he will be in the hospital for several weeks. I need you girls to take turns helping me, by sitting by his bedside ...
... the grandpa made to take their dog Jake back and forth to Florida, Daddy fixed it up:) It didn't take too long and the kids wanted movies. I gave in...they were already tired. We met Angie and Chad near Frankenmuth. Several quick adjustments to Jakes trailer and naps later, and Taco Bell we settled in for the ...
... of Mason CIty, to visit the Manly Railroad Museum. It is just getting on its feet and has a fairly impressive collection of old photos from the early 1900's of the trains that worked this area, primarily Rock Island, but also UP, Chicago Northwestern and some Burlington. The model railroad club in Mason City is currently developing a concept to relocate a model train layout to the museum space that was donated from the estate of a local ...