AmericInn Lodge & Suites Aberdeen _ Event Center
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Our second long day completed successfully! Last night's stay at the "Honey Hub" in Gackle was delightful. We got up about 7, and Chuck had our breakfast of eggs, bacon, and fried potatoes ready by 7:30. That is one of the nicest times of the day, as we’re not usually in a big hurry to get on the road, so we get to sit and visit while we eat breakfast together. Packed the camper and ...
... Napolean (the town, not the Emperor) to meet Chuck and Laura for lunch. Napolean was the on the far side of a lake that was split by a causeway on which our road (and the railroad) were laid. At 42 miles we met Laura at the turn off for Napolean, and followed her to the City Park where lunch was
After a nice, longish, rest we remounted the bikes and headed east again on County Rd 34. The wind was still north, and ...
After a great week, it was time to pack up and leave. We put everything in the car and packed up the tent, knowing we would be staying in the covered wagon again tonight at the Laura Ingalls Wilder Homestead. (Best. Idea. Ever).The drive was uneventful - it rained a lot, but not as heavily on the drive over. We reached the homestead, and unpacked our stuff again into the wagon.
... dirt/sand/mud road that led to the Homestead. We checked in and the lady who greeted us was very nice. She was very interested for us to take the homestead tour and go see the farm, but we really just wanted to unpack and get dinner started, so we politely declined.
Onward to our covered wagon - I couldn't believe the view! Illinois is flat, and central Illinois is REALLY flat, but this... you could see forever. The wagon was up on a ...
... The rock is called Sioux quartzite and it is very resistant to erosion. The rocks in the Big Sioux River are kind of layered and look like they are stacked atop each other. There are lots of walking trails with overlooks and picnic areas and there is even an observation tower with an elevator (free) that gives a view of the entire park. The development around the falls is mostly industrial so not a great view of the city. There ...