Days Inn Cedar Falls-University Plaza
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We are still having problems with our hydraulic system on the coach. I finally called Grand Design. They hooked me up to the design expert who helped me narrow the problem down to a under sized fuse. This expert was from the hydraulic system company. He stated that Grand Design uses a 35amp circuit breaker when his ...
Dropped the coach off at Camping World. Sheila and I started to explore Waterloo, Iowa, a place that started it all for us. We visited the first apartment we rented - I was kind of right on the address. We also went by the hospital where both the kids were born 33 years ago.
We also got some chores taken care of at Best Buy, Staples, and ...
Sheila and I are heading back into Iowa to get some maintenance done on our coach, as well as to see our granddaughter in a few days. We are staying in Oelwein at the Lakeshore RV Resort.
Canada and Minnesota were very interesting. We had a good time seeing the beauty of the ...
Left Worthington after a great stopover - sensational room, free brekky that included bacon and eggs - touring the US sure is cheap and cheerful!
We kept on I90E and got to Jackson where we stopped at the AGCO factory (make Massey Ferguson tractors) for a look at their Inivity Centre, which is part museum, part showroom and had a quick look - strictly a man thing, but the girls enjoyed the brief look too.
Then it was a turn to the ...
... through Utah. The scenery was very similar to some of the landscape we had seen in Arizona a few years ago.
Around mid morning we picked up the Colorado river and we would follow this for most of the rest of the day until just before we crossed the continental divide in the Rocky Mountains. There were camps of rafters just starting out as we passed, and the further up the river we got the more river rafting companies were operating. ...