Clarion Hotel and Conference Center
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... for a concert. This area, like Ohio, is striated by canals. Built before railroads, these were superhighways of their time, providing farmers and crafts folk with access to the great rivers and markets. This campground abuts the Hennepin Canal, which could give an early entrepreneur access to markets all the way to the Gulf of Mexico. Illinois is far more than the cornfields you see from the highway. Next up: Iowa, the Amana colonies, perhaps, and whatever presents ...
... ceviche and I had a combo of three different meats tacos. It was quite mild and not too humid so we ate on the porch. The rain did not start till later. We had expected to spend more time in Moline but LeClaire was so neat along with the Mississippi we spent more time there.
We then went to the Antique Archeology store that is featured in the History Channel's American Pickers show. Smaller than I expected, but we saw ...
... got to Davenport. Terrain was very flat initially now in some very low hills (long mounds? They don't really rate the term hills compared to home.)
Nice easy drive, speed limit 70 on the open road. Went through time change to central time. According to Peg that is why I almost ran us out of gas. I think I just got in the groove of driving and listening to a CD book. We stopped at a rest area and ...
Trip Mileage to this point is 945. Just made it to Davenport, Iowa. Finally found the casino that Pop and Wayne went to years back. So we are parked and getting ready to go in... Isle of Capri. It looks like a Riverboat on the Mississippi River. (Great opportunity to teach the little ones how to spell Mississippi !) pics will ...
... br> So that night we slept in her outside the tow yard trying to figure out what we were going to do - not to mention that the tow had ripped some of the seams on the roof so when it rained the water was coming down in buckets...literally we were using every pan we had to try to catch all of the water...it was humid and miserable..hopefully tomorrow we can get out of Iowa...and I can light the damn motorhome on fire :)