AmericInn Lodge & Suites Fort Dodge
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... We arrived in the evening where John, his friend Luke and the owner of the farm Father Bud.
The next day, we went to Williamsburg, a few miles west of Iowa City. We rode about 110km (68 miles) and were surprised by the huge hills. Dan and Nancy, from warmshowers, were able to host us. We had a lovely time with them, they provided us with a delicious meal and gave us a tour of their town.
We took off early the following morning, towards Des Moines: we cycled ...
... home and will leave tomorrow (Thursday) morning and head towards Knoxville to continue on. The guys here at Hanson Tire service have been great. They are super nice, letting us stay in the camper here while we're here trying to get things figured out. They've ordered the new axle and doing everything they can to help. They've allowed us to plugin for the night and hooked us ...
Dall Sheep Numerous
Golden Eagle 1
Cute squirrels 15
Raptor on the road 1
Black Bear? 1
Ground Squirrels AKA Denali Fast Food "Scores"
Kenai Fjords Cruise
Sea Otters, Beluga, Orca, Dall's Porpoise, Stellar Seals, Harbor Seals, Puffins, Auklets, Gulls, Cormorants, Common Muraes, lots of other birds, Bald Eagles
We left Lohrville at 6:15 am. Realized our camper was trying to blow apart in Grand Forks. Repaired with Gorilla tape. Picked up rivet gun and flashing for more permanent repair in Lakota. Arrived at Haybale Heights about 6pm. Supper at casino STARTING MILEAGE 4069.5fueled at Stateline Casino$124 32.13 gal 4433.5
... a farmer in New York dug up the petrified skeleton of a prehistoric giant. Folks lined up to see it all winter; PT Barnum tried to buy it; scientists were skeptical. Eventually, this guy named Hull owned up that it was a fake. He had gone to Fort Dodge, Iowa, and bought five tons of gypsum from a quarry there. He rented a flatbed train car and hired two sculptors. Working in secret, they carved a huge man ...