BEST WESTERN PLUS CottonTree Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... house and hooked up to his electricity, because our refrigerator does not work well unless it has electricity. After greetings with Bill and nephew,Evan, we all gathered in Bill's car and drove to a nearby restaurant called Famous Dave's and had a nice BarBQ dinner. After dinner, we visited a while while watching BBC News on his giant screen TV and then went to bed early, Tomorrow, we will head north into Idaho.
... Utah salt back in a peanut jar !
We were a little worried about time but made it to camp at
Antelope Island just in time for the sunset. If you haven’t googled Antelope
Island yet you need to right now! This island is known for its incredible
sunsets. It is, again, extremely difficult to put into words how ...
We were a long way from home and only a day to get there. We saw a couple more places along the western trails that I have wanted to see for years. A stop in Guernsey was a must so I could see the wagon ruts in the rock. Wow. It wasn't just the one, they were all over that hill. Wagon after wagon after wagon had driven down that hill to get to the Platte river. We also saw ...
... family: 'Indie Flower'; font-size: 16px; font-weight: bold; line-height: 22px;">Third, And as long as we are there ;-) we will take the afternoon to visit the "Bridges of Madison County",,, just south of Des Moines.
... height: 22px;">Pa got a job with the railroad and joined up with the homesteaders in South Dakota. The end of the line was De Smet, on the "Shores of Silver Lake". Silver Lake is long gone, but Pa promised Ma they wouldn't move again, they were the first ones there, and stayed the rest of their lives, being buried in the town cemetery.