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Drove to Story City, Iowa today. The weather was not good today, in fact we drove through pour down rain for about 1 1/2 hrs as we passed through Kansas City and northward. The campground was wet from all the rain and not as pretty as it was the last time we stayed here 4 years ago. Smokey hasn't been sleeping well and has been crying during the night. I guess it is too much going on for him. Needless to say, we haven't been sleeping too ...
... what better way to start a trip than The Duke.
We continued on west through Iowa, which is just as exciting as you imagined. On our way, we went by the Freedom Rock, which I had heard about but never seen. It is a giant boulder painted to commemorate veterans and fallen soldiers. Gorgeous monument.
The objective throughout the trip is to avoid interstates, so we took the Loess Hills Scenic Byway north towards the Nebraska – South ...
Leaving Sandusky Bay this morning after having breakfast in front of a beautiful sunrise. Slept very well last night when the train wasn't going by. We kind of stretched out the drive last night to get west of Cleveland so we didn't hit any traffic this morning. That made setting up camp a bit stressful in the fading sunlight, but we hope it pays off this morning with minimal rush hour traffic. Heading past Chicago ...
Bob and I are preparing for our two month adventure in Spain. We are attempting to hike 10k every morning and have now added another 10k in the afternoon. Along with the hikes, we have added our backpacks. The question now we are asking each other often, "Why are we doing this?" It seems silly to work this hard in retirement. The Camino is referred to as 'The road of Reflection', so maybe we will figure this ...
... the visit. See, this Fort Dodge museum wasn't really Fort Dodge; it was a model of a much smaller militia fort the town built during the civil war. It had the usual blend of real and pretend history: blacksmiths, tinsmiths, jail, newspaper office. But the only actual building from the actual Fort Dodge ( the one from the 1850s) was the Quartermaster's office. And the quartermaster at Fort Dodge turned out to ...