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Michael and Karen Miller Traveling By Rail Traveling by rail is a romantic mode reminiscent of the late 1880s and may be making a comeback. A pair of Yankton women rode the rail this past year and used the more inexpensive mode of transportation to plan their vacation get-away. Karen Miller and husband were one of four couples to travel west by rail this past August. She met the other couples, who were family members, where they lived in Watertown and drove to Fargo to board the train. “We travel together every year, four cousins and spouses, and Fargo was the closest boarding point for all of us,” Miller said. The destinations for Miller’s family trips has always been National Parks. This last year they visited Glacier National Park in Montana and in the past, they visited Yellowstone. Next year, the September vacation will be a bonus trip as they will visit five National Parks in Utah. Zion, Bryce, Grand Canyon, Monument Valley and Canyonland. Miller’s cousin and family traveled many times to visit family in Oregon and found it be very inexpensive and comfortable. Her round-trip ticket was $242 which is more acceptable than airline tickets. There are lots of windows to view the mountain scenery and a special car which has an observation deck with larger windows for great vantage points to capture the vast landscapes. There is also a lounge car where coffee is available in the morning and drinks in the Varicose veins are not always a cosmetic issue. Varicose veins and heavy, painful legs can now be treated wit the VNUS Closure® procedure. •Outpatient Therapy •Minimally Invasive •Fast and Mild Recovery •Covered by Most insurance & Medicare For your total vein care, call now... Kynan C.Trail, MD, FACS 2525 Fox Run Parkway, Suite 204, Yankton • www.yanktonsurgical.com • 605.668.9670 NO REFERRAL NECESSARY 6vHERVOICEvJANUARY/FEBRUARY 2018 Independently Owned

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