AmericInn West Burlington
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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It was really rainy when I woke up today. I really wanted to get away from that campground though. I'm not really afraid of germs, but the bathrooms really grossed me out. I walked in and I was instantly hit by a stench of mold. The humidity is so high here that I'm not surprised that mold and rot would be everywhere. One of the doors was jammed so I peered over and to my horror saw the dirtiest ...
... been camping in Hamilton a week for a family reunion in town. He was a gray-haired hippy from Colorado, and was traveling with a sweet dog that he lovingly called a Velcro breed. He came over to tell me they weren't collecting money for the camp right now and let me know about a shower at the nearby pool that they leave unlocked. The camp had recently been struck by lightning which blew all of the electrical work. So ...
It's Flag Day and my flag of choice is a giant banner that reads, "IT'S MY BIRTHDAY!"
I celebrated at Mom's with a good book, Lifetime movies (murder & mayhem, not sappy), and pistachio cake. She even let me have the gooey center pieces - quite possibly because she saw what happened when The Nightmare Nanny didn't get her way.
Here in Fort Madison, Iowa (my hometown) packing snacks for the trip. Costco visit (thanks Julie & Nevaeh) yielded enough granola bars and salted nut rolls to grow very tired of them forever. Along with 16 lbs of a homemade fruit & nut mix, and protein in the form of tuna, turkey jerky, and cheez-its. I give the cheez-its one ...
Sept. 25th drove the Great River Road alongside the east side of the Mississippi. Beautiful drive through the lower south east side of WI and over into the north west side of Illinois. Rolling hills, beautiful trees, lots of farms with the livestock outside in pastures. Drove more into Illinois and nothing but corn and soybeans......ugh!! Flat, see lots of those livestock trailers, thank god all we've seen are ...