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Woman who lost husband to cancer now helps families with similar experiences

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Cindy Bartlett of rural Pequot Lakes is realizing her dream of owning a bed and breakfast in the woods. But the dream took a definite twist she never envisioned.

After living a fast-paced life with a demanding job in the Twin Cities for more than 20 years, Cindy and her husband of 28 years, Steve, bought 25 acres of woodland between Nisswa and Pequot Lakes with a plan to build a bed and breakfast. They realized that goal in October 2008 when Mystic Views Bed & Breakfast opened.

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