Best Western Settle Inn
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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 ...
Some nice points about Iowa I80...The road was smooth, rest stops every 30 miles, free WiFi, and some even had "dump stations". Thank you IOWA! At 1:00 it is raining & 66. So, here we are waiting for 2 new tires to arrive. We had a flat on the ROP side. We were very fortunate, it happened just as we exited for gas and to stop for the nite...pulled across the street into Sapp Bros service center. 4 trucks. .. A mere $1,000 later.. We will boondocks ...
Seriously, Normal is the name of the town in Illinois where we will be tonight. We started out in Council Bluffs, Iowa on the western border of Iowa. Today's goal is to get to Normal, Illinois where Ruby's friend Jaimie lives. It had rained during the night and this morning there was a mist, not unlike the kind we have throughout the winter in ...
... bar) that served lunch. Since we wanted to grab a quick bite and the next place to eat was several miles farther along the road, I decided we'd just eat there, even though there were several people sitting around at the bar and at tables smoking. The smell was overpowering, and Alex hated us.
Even though the smell ruined our lunch and made it so that Alex hardly ate or drank anything, there was one big benefit: I strongly suspect that ...
... some original old houses and cottages to the site to recreate a village. There were log cabins the first pioneers built in about 1830-1840, then the railway came through in about 1865 and the houses got a lot fancier! Even at that time they were bigger than a standard NZ 3 bedroom home these days. Heaps of people have paid full-time jobs at this museum to run the stores and welcome guests into “their homes”. Working blacksmith, tin-smith, millers, hat-makers etc. ...