Days Inn Davenport
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Stopped for the night Davenport, Iowa, was part of the Louisiana Purchase. In 1814, during the War of 1812 the British military, along with the Saux and Fox Indian tribes fought against the Americans near Davenport. In August, Major Zachary Taylor, later President, fought a battle east of what is now Credit Island Park, in Davenport. An outpost was set up at ...
... them, not even if they have razor wire -- they are such powerful animals. We also learned later how dangerous they actually are; here is a quote from Wikipedia:
"Bison are among the most dangerous animals encountered by visitors to the various U.S. and Canadian national parks and will attack humans if provoked. They appear slow because of their lethargic movements but can easily outrun humans—bison have ...
... of Felix Adler, a very famous circus clown) so I hope the show goes back there again next year.
Tomorrow is a day off and we’re staying in Clinton until 6pm and then we’re driving to our lot in Elmhurst, Illinois. It’s 135 miles away so I think we’ll probably head out earlier. It’s also laundry day tomorrow which will be nice because we’ll have a show vehicle on a day off and we won’t have to worry about getting back in time for the first ...
... there. More great catching up! On Labour Day we headed for the border on the start of our return trip. Made it just past Bemidji to Walker, Minnesota, on Tuesday we made it as far as Winona, Minn., and then last night we arrived in Geneseo, Illinois. We have been following the Mississippi south and it has been a gorgeous drive. Amazing bluffs along the river and little towns tucked into narrow river ...
... thank goodness.
After about two hours in searing heat we get out of Chicago and we stop. I get off the bike and nearly fainted, I was suffering from heat exhaustion and dehydration. Two bottles of water and about 10 minutes later I was OK again.
Good to visit Chicago but not like that!
Another 100 miles and getting to the hotel, having a shower and then a couple of beers was very welcome indeed!!