The Sioux City Hotel & Conference Center
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ARrived here this afternoon - our site was waiting for us, and tomorrow morning, we'll leave the Camaro here so Blue Ox can design and build a baseplate for it.
Very weird driving by Thurston Avenue this afternoon - spent way too many hot summer days and nights there visiting my exe's Aunt Nina!
... flooding everywhere we looked. Quite a few side roads were closed due to flooding, and even some state highways.
Today was fun - we visited the future birthplace of Capt. James T. Kirk, and also John Wayne's birthplace, in lovely Winterset, Iowa. Winterset is the county seat of Madison County, of the "Bridges of . . ." fame. We may go back through there to spend more time ...
It was so hot and humid that we knew it was going to be a good storm chase day, we woke up to 2 super-cells on the radar at 8am! Went to Lincoln for BBQ lunch and to get Laurie's camera cleaned before getting into position around Columbus. We positioned ourselves perfectly to witness large sister wedge tornados and a cone tornado as they made their way along highway 281 between Norfolk and Pilger, sadly this system went on to almost completely destroy the small town of ...
Blue sky again. Mike and John left this morning at 5:15 for Mike wallet. We were on the road by 7:15 looking for gas. It ended up going 50 miles. We had breakfast in the same town. We ran into some guys on motorcycle from Kentucky heading for Alaska. They said they would be gone 2.5 months. We did not stop for lunch today. Our travel brought us to the Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center in Souix City around 2pm. I try a couple of times to call Mike but ...
Today we started the day with a bite of breakfast and then to Walmart to restock the refrigerator. As soon as we were organized we headed off to Mt. Rushmore. They show a video explaining how, why, and by whom the mountain was sculpt in the museum. I really appreciated being given a better understanding while viewing the monument. What an amazing undertaking! Heading out of Rapid City we took a 30 mile scenic loop of the Badlands National Park. It was so unusual and somewhat ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Sioux City Hotel & Conference Center
$80 per nite, big room, comfortable queen beds, air con, heating, quiet, large bathroom, bsic breakfast provided - no compalints
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