Baymont Inn And Suites Tuscola
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... so I was headed for the D&W Campground on the outskirts of Champlain. Miss Magellan steered me unerringly right to the place and soon I was nestled snugly in my living room watching the news. It was fun listening to the politicians lie about everything and the talking heads seriously taking it all in.
All in all it was a good day and it is nice to be back on the road again. Charlie, ya done good. ...
... three campground in Paducah to find a place to stay, only place we could find is at an race track RV park. This place is a nice campground, had to unhook the car to get into the site, but it is clean and level and only $30 a night. Will be in Paducah, KY tomorrow for the BBQ on the River. ...
... choice, cooked noodles, vegetables of your choice, and then added your sauce of choice (depending on how spicy hot you wanted your meal) and then handed it to the cook who threw it on a huge circular grill. He stir fried it and plated it and handed you a dinner that you concocted. Eddie made his first bowl HuHOTTTTTTTTT !!!!! Watched some TV, I worked on blog and then bed. Drove 480 miles today....total miles ...
... maps and a South Dakota key chain. There were a lot of closed lanes due to highway construction, so we got off and drove some local roads once we were in Iowa.....very beautiful stretches of farmland but in many places, virtually deserted. We found a couple of town parks for short walks and ate our lunch on bleachers next to a Little League field - cold paella makes a fine lunch! Soon after that, we got back on the highway ...
... are good and wind through the rolling hills. The mississippi is never far away, supporting commercial and leisure craft and activities. It has several locks and dams on the way and weaves it way South, eventually spilling out into the gulf of Mexico at New Orleans (which we stayed a night at many moons ago on this trip)
We stop for fuel in Lancaster. The town is neat and the surrounding farms are even neater. Maize is ...