BEST WESTERN Empire Towers
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Headed off early as I had a big day on the road. Got off the beaten track and went to Rushford and then on to Lanesboro, great twists and turns between the two towns and the road is is in fantastic condition. Forest to the left of me, river to the right, there I was, stuck in the middle... the play on the song from Stealers Wheel came to mind while …
... mid-50s now!
Just before noon, we stopped at a rest area and an Iowa transportation employee (cleaning the restroom) engages me in a conversation (well, really her just talking at me). The employee follows me & husband to our car where I finally have to say 'good bye' & we hop in & make our get away! She had long story about an abandoned child at the rest area along with several side stories. ...
... or user-name.Since we are towing a luxury restroom as part of our rig, naturally our user-name is C<i>rappersfull. </i>The app wouldn't allow special charters and apparently it also speaks German. Tonight we are trying to make it to Sioux City, Iowa but that all depends on DOT hours. At the moment we do not have a hotel booked for the evening but I am confidently that with my new apps we should be just ...
... were already barking incessantly. After the previous doggie day card experience, I said "Hell No!" The owners were very accommodating and we were moved to a larger space with a side yard that looked like a beautiful manicured park. I was a "Happy Camper."
The Falls of the Big Sioux River have been a focus of life in the region throughout history. Native American peoples were the first to visit the falls and bring stories of them to ...
... helicopter rotors in full flight.
Away from the windmills, the wind tirelessly waltzes in the tall green grass turning its blades from shiny to matte and back again. Red farms and barns, usually paired with missile shaped storage silos watch over the giant fields where this endless dance takes place. Sometimes there is a curve in the road. Usually a slight curve.
Accompanied by the constant hum of the tires and ...