AmericInn Lodge & Suites Fort Dodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
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... into unknown territory halfway across the world have subsided because of thoughtful, selfless gestures from friends and family. These tokens of affection have made me feel armed and ready for anything that comes my way. It's as if I am crowd surfing toward my destination with the hands of loved ones guiding me along. It's amazing what love can do.
This gift from Jessica comes on the ...
Ever wonder what it takes to get that ear of corn harvested. May you thought it was just running the combine over the field. Well it is a little more involved than that. Here is a few short raw videos of getting that corn in from the field. Watch them in order to get the full story. Randy makes the combine look easy but it is constant attention to many different controls, settings and listening to the sound. ...
... it too! 5. Subway Philly cheese steak sandwich 6. Mr. Fin****n (my foxy stowaway in the national park) 7. Changing directions (heading south now to Iowa) 8. Sleeping while laying down 9. Hot shower 10. Self service carwash and gas 11. Being within only 120 miles from destination 12. 75 mph (sorry to repeat but it's a good one) 13. 70s and sunny weather 14. "More than Life" by Whitley 15. Epic stargazing 16. Lewis and Clarke (seriously?! They were hardcore) 17. Comedy channel on ...
... packing and bed.
In the morning we dropped off James to the airport, we almost didn't make it. We left plenty of time to get to the airport, well we thought we did. But it took as 2hrs with the traffic. We were heading away from the city in peak hour, it was hectic. He made it with 45mins until the flight left and they sorted him out. We'll see him again in Calgary after he sits his exam.
We continued on the road west for the trip ...
... 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 ...