Winthrop / N. Cascades National Park KOA
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Left Worthington after a great stopover - sensational room, free brekky that included bacon and eggs - touring the US sure is cheap and cheerful!
We kept on I90E and got to Jackson where we stopped at the AGCO factory (make Massey Ferguson tractors) for a look at their Inivity Centre, which is part museum, part showroom and had a quick look - strictly a man thing, but the girls enjoyed the brief look too.
Then it was a turn to the ...
... through Utah. The scenery was very similar to some of the landscape we had seen in Arizona a few years ago.
Around mid morning we picked up the Colorado river and we would follow this for most of the rest of the day until just before we crossed the continental divide in the Rocky Mountains. There were camps of rafters just starting out as we passed, and the further up the river we got the more river rafting companies were operating. ...
... horse drawn sleigh ride with the girls which was stunning (and VERY COLD). Luckily we were all rugged up and were served hot cocoa and cider along the way. A one hour ride around the lodge over the gorgeous mountain and singing jingle bells all the way. The girls rate this as a 10/10.
New Years Eve was back in Pine Forest at the cabin for a progressive dinner starting at the neighbours just down the way. We met some wonderful people and they welcomed us ...
... across a bridge that opens up to allow a boat to go through pretty cool. Heading westward young man today thru Wisconsin. Take a break in Dodgeville for Bernie to have a haircut in an old fashioned small town barber shop. Great town, nice people. Overnight in Cedar Falls, beautiful University town had dinner etc at Toads Bar, pool at hotel, breakfast included very civilised really nice people. Americans are by and large very ...
... tour" and we wanted to check some of them out. The following is taken from the web:
The history of the barn quilt begins about 300 years ago with the arrival of immigrants from the Rhine region of Germany. They came for religious freedom. These groups included Amish, Mennonites, Lutherans and other Reform groups.Many settled in Pennsylvania, especially in Berks, Lancaster and Lehigh counties.Today, ...