AmericInn Lodge & Suites Stuart
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Night 30: Endless Nebraska From Loveland, CO, to Clive, IA Today I drove 670 miles which took almost every waking moment. Weather was a bit humid and sunny with temps in the upper 80's. There is a frontal system passing just to our east. I was determined to get home today and pushed hard all day, but Andrew's foot fell asleep while he was sleeping and his cries, along with a peek at the day's mileage, made me realize that it might be time to stop for a rest. I ...
We got an early start and spent all day on the road to get to the South Dakota campground before dark. Beautiful state with rolling hills and stunning views.
Stopped at famous Wall Drug shopping mall and got some cowboy hats and other stuff.
The KOA Campground is amazing and is located in the middle of the Black Hills. Had a nice dinner and some well deserved and needed cocktails at the restaurant on site. Tomorrow we tour Mt ...
I never liked my anger that's inside of me. I always wish I could make it disappear, but nothing can just disappears, it's just gone for awhile. But then it comes back. I don't like my anger because I don't want to make people scared of me. I want people to know I am kind and caring, Not scary and cold hearted. I don't like being angry because I don't want to get angry enough to hurt people. I don't like hurting ...
... to check a few things out but decide to head back to DesMoines for lunch with Renee, Rachael and Megan. After a nice lunch it is 3pm and Paul and myself decide we might as well head home since we have two drivers. Not the end we were hoping for but yesterday was a good ...
... give away, put in the closet, and take to Hawaii. Real talk, how the heckkkk do you go about packing and entire summer's worth of clothes into one suitcase with a 50 lb limit?! Coming from the girl who takes three overflowing bags for one overnight stay, it's seriously stressin' me out. AND to make matters worse a solid 1/3 of my suitcase is taken up by my Camp A uniform, so I really have to limit myself. It's been a lot of logical me saying "No, Makayla, ...