Econo Lodge North
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... mid-50s now!
Just before noon, we stopped at a rest area and an Iowa transportation employee (cleaning the restroom) engages me in a conversation (well, really her just talking at me). The employee follows me & husband to our car where I finally have to say 'good bye' & we hop in & make our get away! She had long story about an abandoned child at the rest area along with several side stories. ...
... Trucking, traffic, weather, hotel (upgrade storage plan on I-phone) repeat. My favorite app so far has been Waze - "outsmarting traffic together". Basically you get to be a little pac-man guy earning points as you report traffic, hazards, police and closures. For the most part it has been pretty spot on and I am moving up in the ranks. I enjoy sending "beep beeps" to fellow Waze users near me and guessing the driver by the type ...
... owners were extremely welcoming and friendly; the office was small but organized. Things were looking up ... We were then escorted through the campground by golf cart passed rows of RV's, nicely spaced with LOTS of green, green grass and large shade trees. Green grass is always thrilling to us because we live in a desert community where grass is reserved for the golf courses.
The "first" space be backed into had several little yappy dogs in a doggie ...
... research and discovered that there had been a three-fold increase in the number of reported polio cases in 1948. It made me so very, very grateful that my children (and grandchildren) had had access to vaccines for polio, smallpox, pertussis, and all the other formerly lethal diseases.
Eventually I made my way to Eric's apartment which was decorated with the flags of all the countries he's visited. A nice young man, he ...
... displayed over and over for hundreds of miles - flat, flat, seasonally-spent corn and soybean crops on dusty brown farmland, with the heavy machinery stationed in the fields alongside the irrigation apparatus waiting for the next planting season, only to be interrupted by the occasional herd of black cattle.
The repetitive landscape, coupled with a very early flight out of Knoxville, and Todd was ready to let me ...