Just eight minutes from my door is the tiny village of Rudolph, population 432. Though small, Rudolph has much to offer visitors.
It is home to the Dairy State Cheese Factory which I have previously highlighted.
And on the property of this beautiful little Catholic Church,
Called the Church of Saint Phillip the Apostle,
One can find this gorgeous old grade school and - - -
Nestled under the shade of many mature trees - - -
The grotto is a quiet, shady spot for sitting and contemplating.
It has been beautifully landscaped with flowering plants.
Over the years it has been adorned with man-made rock structures and meandering paths.
There is even a cave fashioned after the form of the Roman Catacombs.
One could enjoy a quiet picnic near this tinkling water wheel - - -
Or sitting at the table in this quaint little gazebo.
And before you leave, you can spend a few moments of worship in this tiny chapel. We heard a family in the chapel singing "Jesus Loves Me" as we passed by.
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