BEST WESTERN Prairie Inn & Conference Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... the spigot. I was bummed that I had emptied the "good" water already. Oh well, gotta have something to drink. I had a great, quiet ride up to Muscatine. What a great road for cyclists! The city was an eye sore coming up from the south side. It's very industrial with tons of train tracks and semis. I spotted two touring cyclists across a divided road going the opposite direction. It was two girls, and one had a big smile and waved. I was so bummed that I didn't get to meet them. ...
Made it to Knoxville, which was an unbelievable drive on the motorways...minus 40 degrees outside, which I think is about 23 below zero New Zealand speak! Matts moms house is surrounded by snow and it is bitterly cold outside.....really really cold!!! Went down to the store a little while ago...its a really small place, so not a lot to do apart from stay inside and keep warm. Its been great to have Matts family together. Tonya stayed with the kids ...
... so much space between us it was like we had our own beds. Dumped our beds and went out to find some dinner, we found the fanciest place in town from the looks of it. That was probably the most expensive dinner we had yet in America. However it was good food and good service, we spend some time talking to the locals about where to go and what to do. They suggested a few extra things on what we already had. We went back to plan out the ...
Driving into Bushnell was wildly nostalgic for us...we used to drive here every summer for a music festival that John's old band played. The festival was a week long, on a pig farm out of town, and brought in thousands upon thousands of people. My last festival was in 2004, John's was 2005, and the festival folded just a year or two ago after a long run.
That being said, I didn't recognize a lot of the downtown...haha. I ...
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The first two schools (one had two performances scheduled in their gym for different grades) were a lot of fun…the kids were into it, the teachers were into it and J.P. left a lot of folks laughing. The last place before lunch was called Abilities Plus, a work program for disabled adults. John did a shorter version of his program for them and then Jodi treated ...