As Minnesota approaches the peak of fall, there are plenty of options for taking in the gorgeous sights. Here are three guides for fall sightseeing in Minnesota, each tailored to different goals.
The DNR Fall Color Finder is a well-organized guide to the options for admiring leaves in Minnesota state parks, broken down by regions within Minnesota. With an indicator of leaf color percentage, location, and a brief description, this is perfect for organizing hiking outings across Minnesota!
The Rainbow Roads guide from Explore Minnesota offers scenic routes for those who prefer driving over hiking. With gorgeous photos and simple descriptions, this guide offers a variety of routes across the state. Hop in!
TripSavvy’s guide to Minnesota in fall offers a combination of information, including driving routes and options for activities along the way. The informal tone and realistic advice of this guide is refreshing, and the time estimates of each route can be a great help in planning.
We hope these guides inspire you to get out and watch the leaves!
I’m Joan, and I know home care from the inside out.
I’ve navigated my daughter through 24/7 home care nursing and managed her PCA’s. I’ve helped my parents move into (and out of) assisted living, Medicare episodes, skilled nurse visits, home health aids, and PCAs. Sandwiched in all of that, I’ve helped coordinate home care equipment and supplies, physical therapists, occupational therapists, county workers, and medications (oh, the medications). I know emergency departments, children’s hospitals, cancer wards, cardiac floors, and specialty units. I can recite health insurance policies (and call their bluff).
I know a lot of other things in life too, like Shakespeare, where to sit to see a great sunset over a lake, how to keep myself healthy, how to read a profit/loss statement and state statutes, when to use a comma, and that gratitude is one of the keys to success.
So I’m going to have this blog and write about home care from time to time. I’ll include topics like current legislation, professional boundaries in a tricky environment, and being a caregiver. I’ll also post some guest blogs from clients and nurses.
Join me in the conversation.