Winthrop / N. Cascades National Park KOA
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... north again before turning east ... today's route included Steamboat Rock, Cleves, Ackley, Austinville, Aplington, Parkersburg and New Hartford before arriving at CF, and each town was less than 10 miles apart so that helped to make the trip more enjoyable too. Our total for the day was 59.7 miles and 1644 feet of climb to our campsite near UNI, where we enjoyed a cold ...
Unfortunately, despite the active days, I'm not figuring out how to sleep effectively on the hard ground in a tent at night. And the friendly folks at Fort Dodge were a bit too "friendly" ... with frequent loud drive-by's of our camping HQs. But I think I somehow did get a few hours of sleep before the morning rustling began again. Today our route had 76 miles and an advertised climb of only 1325 feet, with the ...
... over the Methow to our hotel, the entire town of Winthrop was in front of us, just like it had been frozen in time in the late 1800's. It's a siingle street town with all rustic buildings. Our hotel, the Hotel Rio Vista is at the southernmost edge of the town. and all the rooms have balconies that overlook the river. It's really beautiful, and if you sit on the balcony, you can hear the sounds of the river rushing by.
Dropped the coach off at Camping World. Sheila and I started to explore Waterloo, Iowa, a place that started it all for us. We visited the first apartment we rented - I was kind of right on the address. We also went by the hospital where both the kids were born 33 years ago.
We also got some chores taken care of at Best Buy, Staples, and ...
... leaving the main freeway and taking a lesser road - the area we passed through was again a cropping area, with soy beans joining corn as the crops! The farms and houses were lovely and it was obviously a prosperous region.
After seeing thousands of RV's on the roads during our trip so far we all were interested in seeing what was in them etc., so I did a bit of research and found that Winnebagos are made in Forest City, Iowa and so I made ...