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We have spent most of this week camping in state parks or in RV parks. I have mastered the art of fire making and Julie has spent the week perfecting her marshmallow cooking skills. Tuesday night was spent in Wapsipinicon State Park in Iowa, where upon arrival there were a number of deer in our camp grounds to meet us. We foraged for our own firewood and cooked a big chunk of beef over the fire, accompanied by a couple of spuds. The ...
... on the wall waiting for the sun to rise. They kids could even feel the patriotism and religious experience. I'm not kidding. But, when we arrived, Paul realized he didn't have his wallet. I felt so bad because this was on of the most important things we did to him and he was distracted. He still enjoyed it. See, what happened was, Paul broke the most important code of checking out of a hotel that he religiously does and has the kids practice it...he didn't sweep the ...
... to walk off a little of our dinner and see some more bronze Presidents. Downtown Rapid City is a nice place with well kept local businesses. It does not have the chain stores in the downtown area, maybe over at the Rushland Mall you will find the typical mall stores. We strolled down the Rapid City art alley. It is an alley that they have allowed artists and graffiti to be painted on everything. The walls, the power poles, the trash dumpsters. It ...
... memo on how campground rules dictate that "quiet time" is to run from 10 pm until 6 am.
Bless all their little hearts.
But at least getting all of that only costs $17 per night, which made it all seem worthwhile; that, and the first Mexican food of the trip in Glasgow, KY. Never fails to please.
After Mammoth Cave, we headed north bound for St. Louis, MO, stopping for lunch at a nice deli (Kirchoff’s) in Paducah, ...
... the storm hit. Artie was preoccupied because he had heard about the tornado warning on the TV. He kept telling people in the restaurant that a big storm was coming. He was so funny telling them he read about it in the newspaper. Back to the hotel, and off to bed, we have a big day ahead of us tomorrow. Artie's dream was going to come true. His only wish on this road trip was to see the president's faces on the mountains. Oh happy ...
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