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Now that I have no where to be there is no reason to make 500 miles a day. We decided to pull off about half way to Iowa. Having driven in rain for an hour it looks like it is coming back. We have stayed in this park some 20 years ago, but it looks like there are many improvements. As we pull into our site it starts to rain. It is always fun setting up in the rain. As the day turns to night the rain gets heavy and I am thankful we ...
... s ABSOLUTE favorite- chocolate marshmallow ripple! We ate too much but not all of it, (really, not all of it). A quick trip into the visitor center and off we go! Well with a few more stops... a big sailboat marina, one of the Mississippi River locks, a fantastic Buena Vista photo opportunity, the Nelson Creamery where we bought some cheese curds, (they squeak on our teeth) and dinner in Trempealeau. Not a lot according to a map, but a lot for trip ...
What a hot day in the mid-west (high 90's and very humid). We are sure it is no cooler in Ohio.
We actually had a good day. Started noticing a LOT more semis and construction today. Sure didn't miss that!
Just west of Des Moines, IA today we saw hundreds of wind generators on one hill. All along the interstate in Iowa there were semis hauling the blades and pedestals for wind generators. We realized that after ...
... zippers. But while it was wrapped in zippers the zippers were different colors and they were arranged in descending order. This piece reminded me the many pieces of work by Andy Warhol. He himself made a lot of weird and strange artwork but it all had meaning to it. The Marilyn Monroe picture that fades stood for how stars start off big then eventually fade away and then become has beens. I really enjoyed the artwork and hope to travel across the nation to discover more ...
When my sister in law, niece, and nephew came into town we decided to take our kids to the Lakeview museum to check out the cool exhibit that is on display. It is titled "The Art Of The Brick" by Nathan Sawaya. This imaginative artist takes regular legos and makes wonderful sculptures out of them.
His three dimensional works included sunflowers, a huge yellow number two pencil, a picture in a frame, a hand that included a pretty pink manicure ...
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