Ameristar Casino Hotel Council Bluffs
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... of Bluebird's cheerful burbling exhaust note ahead, and the purring note of Blueberry's ( yes, that's the name we have settled on) v twin engine below us.
For the final trek we donned wet weather gear - the clouds were darkening and looked heavy with rain, but there was very little drizzle to speak of, and we arrived at our night's stop dry and in good spirits.
We are at the Oft's B&B in Bennington, a 100 year old ...
... which is really handy. The one where we stopped was also an historic site along the Mormon trail to Utah. When we crossed the Mississippi River, we were in Illinois at Moline. In the next couple of hours we drove through Peoria and arrived in Normal. Tomorrow, Ruby, Jaimie, Jaimie's friend Krissy, and I are going to Chicago. Looking forward to ...
... this time of year. There was a line that stretched from St. Louis, through Omaha and then into the middle of South Dakota. The best plan I could come up was to aim for the southern tip near St. Louis, then turn for Omaha.
When we were about 15 miles from our destination field to the North of St. Louis, it suddenly dawned on me to take Alex on an aerial tour of downtown St. Louis and the Gateway Arch. Sure enough, we flew down the river ...
... br> ok coming down was not too bad this time. But, had a few issues today. It was my first time to drive the 5th wheel and I had to go thru construction and picked up a lg bolt in tire. Lucky we were pulling off for gas so air was hissing out of tire at pump and a tire store was next to gas station so wasn't too bad. Then we were checking tires at top of mountain at rest stop and the passenger side ...
... but not all have crossing barriers. When we got back in the truck to head off we somehow got in the middle of two lines where trains were shunting! We eventually drove off down the road and Cliff spotted the Iowa Interstate Railroad maintenance yard, with loads of locomotives lined up. He was having a great day.
As we drove on back towards Nebraska City Cliff was still muttering about not seeing the Big Boy. Some quick research on the Internet revealed ...