Super 8 Princeton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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A little Trivia today. What is the name of the mascot for the Iowa Hawkeye's Football team? Its "Herky". Wasn't on my radar. There is a big uproar as the new mascot is more muscular than the old one and that isn't going over too well.
Today we didn't leave until about 9:00 am. Truck traffic was even worst today than other days. Not sure why but you can see several pictures of what is around us most of the day. When they go by, usually at higher speed than we ...
... Roadhouse where we had ring-side seats for one of the most spectacular lightening displays either of us has ever seen. It was, of course, accompanied by more torrential rain. The temperature at the campground when we got back to the camper was about 89. Outside. This morning, after purchasing a new lock for the trailer hitch (refer back to paragraph one, sentence two.....), we met Mickey Anderson, my cousin's delightful wife, for breakfast at Denny's. Had another ...
A note about last night's campground which reminded me of a song sung by The Limeliters which has the line "The rumble of a distant train puts me back to sleep again". Too bad the rumbling trains were not distant (about a block away) and not only rumbled but frequently blow their whistle. Not a particularly quiet night.
... going on (Earlville), but once there, we found almost all of the stores closed and no one on the streets.
At least I had the chance to show off my mad singing skills to the 90s station on Sirius...John had no idea I knew all of the words to "End of the Road" by Boyz II Men, "Whoomp! (There it is)" by Tag Team, and "Run-Around" by Blues Traveler. And then to make things better, I sang "Stay" by Lisa Loeb...if I were to ever karaoke, this would be ...
Add Soy to the mix of Hay and Corn. In Western Iowa the farmland was hilly, where the hills were too steep (for horses?) the farmers had tiered the lands. I saw hills with four or five tiers with corn growing on it. A remnant of the past.
About half way through Iowa I ran into traffic trucks, trucks and more trucks. This continued all the way until I stopped for the night. As I am heading towards Chicago and Detroit I will have traffic until I start going North in Michigan...Oh joy!