AmericInn Lodge & Suites Algona
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... our "home". We walked to dinner at nearby restaurant and had a nice dinner but very slow service. Finished about 10:30! We dined with Jerry and Marianne from Vancouver, Washington. It already has fun meeting folks from all over the United States who are joining us on this adventure. Unpacked everything before bed and slept ok. I definitely will be buying me a new pillow ...
... into the high 90s, so it is hard to spend a lot of time outside. Most of the RVs are parked in rows by the state they are
from and each afternoon every group has a happy hour so there are lots of parties everyday. The attendance for this years rally is down. They have about 977 motor homes this year. Last year they had about 1200.
On Monday the rally officially got stated with lots of work shops ...
Fellow Travelers - Hello and welcome to another grand adventure as Teddi, Phil and Poots wind their way through Winnebago customer service and repairs.
As noted in the previous blog, we traveled from Cameron, Missouri and hustled right up I-35 to be present at Winnebago Customer Service before the joint closed up at 3:30 PM on Friday. As we kept looking at the clock, it became evident that we could arrive around ...
After enjoying the Badlands we moved on through South Dakota with its miles of semi flat land, some dry , some planted in crops. We stopped at Burke Lake State Park for a reasonable $8/nite. After travelling in hot, sunny weather and finding a cool shaded campsite under the trees, along comes a huge storm cloud. It was full of thunder and lightning but didn’t shower us with rain for a long time. When it finally did, Aime & I danced around in it like a couple ...
... forever to see the first 100 miles tick off. We stopped in Sioux City at the Walmart for other things we didn't get the first stop. Cheap, I mean inexpensive folding chairs, etc. Tried to find the local Great Harvest Bread store but it was closed. Have three more along the way we hope to stop for that delicious bread.
After Sioux City, mile 180, flat lands, and more flat lands, cows and more cows, and ...