AmericInn Lodge & Suites Algona
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... miles to Cheyenne. 20+ raccoons (dead) 20 deer plus 15 (dead) 40+ phesants 15 cyotes (dead) Buffalo Wind galore. driving at a 15 degree angle most of the way. Made it to Walmart at midnight mountain time. After finishing email updates and falling asleep Some fine Wyoming @#$%%%^ chap was yelling for Nicole at 3:45 in the morning. He went ...
Our only mission of the day is to travel from Chicago area to the Winnebago factory in Iowa for RV pickup. Journey begins with flight to Minneapolis. Travel bags weigh in just under 50 lbs. TSA physically inspects the bags. (Could the hatchet, shovel, and saw be the cause?) In Minneapolis we find our way to the transportation center. There we meet a group of people that have already assembled. 2 city sizes buses will deliver us to Forest City. There are ...
... identified most of them as fellow Great Alaskan Holidays people. We could tell by the amount of luggage stacked around them plus picking up bits and pieces of their conversations. Our food was good and soon it was time to make our way back to the GAH pick up point.
Skip, Beth, Dave, and Pat would be arriving later. We felt that meeting at the Transit Terminal would be easier. When Don and I arrived at the appointed place we were amazed at how many people ...
... traveled. Miles of fields of brown black dirt, some turned and planted, some not. There are some ethanol signs. Did I mention the WIND! There is a reason the horizon is filled with wind turbines, WIND. Ed had to fight the wheel CONSTANTLY. He said he had to keep the wheel at about a half turn to stay straight in the road. As we would pass any kind of wind break, a house or trees or hill, the RV would require a sharp correction when we hit ...
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 ...