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I had to wait for my carry on to come up so that I could go find my big suitcase. There wasn't enough room so our carry ons had to go under the plane. I grabbed mine and half ran to go to the baggage claim. When I came down the escalator, I saw mom, dad, Kyle, and the puppies. I wanted to push the people in front of me out of the way so that I could get down there. It was great seeing them, even though it was midnight and I was exhausted and ready to sleep at ...
... river. Lovely rolling hills very much like at home. Still lots of corn which I've since found out is being produced for biofuel. We ended up at friends of Pete and Dens - Shiv and Shobi. They met each other on a cruise in Egypt 3 years ago. They are lovely people who live at Dubuque and it was great of them to put the 6 of us up for the night. Another late night - after going out for dinner to The Chophouse we hit the sack at 1 ...
... eagles, a few turtles or tortoises, no otters or badgers... But did see the badger barricades or homes they build across streams. Easier to catch their fish. It started off a bit dreary in the morning ...but sun came out ...and we headed off down the country roads ..more crops of Soya beans, corn and wheat.... Just thousands of acres. We came across some cold and windy weather. We followed the Mississippi going ...
While I expect that most of my readers in the next few months will be my family and friends wanting to know what Im all doing, I don’t want to discourage the idea of strangers enjoying my blog too! ( I will be including lots of pictures!) Therefore, I’ll start out this adventure with an Introduction of who I am and the journey I have already been on.
My name is Stephanie, I am a Junior at Iowa State (Gooo Cyclones!) majoring in ...
... br> Dubuque was a cute little city from what we saw. The sculptural interpretation of "American Gothic" was really cool. The reference was lost on the kids, who were more scared than impressed by it, but I loved it. Our dinner at The Crust was probably our only nice restaurant dinner on the whole trip. A nice little stop before continuing on to our destination for the night, La Crosse, ...
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