Comfort Inn & Suites Davenport
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We began this day with a brief rain shower. We have been traveling for 22 days and have only been rained on twice. Sure can tell this isn't Ohio!
Bet you thought we left "The Girls" at home...well, we didn't. They finally let us take their picture at the Corn Palace in Mitchell, SD. The Corn Palace is a great place to visit, if you are …
... spanning 45 feet...can you imagine how long the auger is to saddle up to your truck to unload....he watched them paint them with robots too!
The other big employer in town is the army
While he was busy with the tour Nic and I toured about the quaint downtown shops, with a special stop at the candy/fudge shop infamous in the county "Lagomarcinos" ....the best caramel!
The evening we enjoyed a visit ...
Two days drive through the Big Horn Mountains of Montana, the ranch and cattle lands of Wyoming, the black hills in South Dakota with the bold grasslands that go on forever and then into Iowa with never ending corn and bean fields, and beautiful rolling hills. Our overnight was on the Missouri River in a small town called Oacoma. You've got to visit Big ALS Oasis. A huge inviting saloon and restaurant and the ...
... was declared to be Iowa's first military headquarters just before the Civil War by Governor Samuel J. Kirkwood. In November 1865, the Iowa Soldiers' Orphans' Home was opened in Davenport to take in children left orphaned by the Civil War. In 1895, the city hall was built, and in 1897, the first chiropractic school in the world, Palmer Chiropractic College was ...
... us to stop off at a Prairie Pioneer museum in Grand Island, Nebraska, which was fascinating (despite the fact that many of the buildings were already closed for the season).
One of the most interesting things we saw was a bison, roaming around in a meadow. Enormous creature with a HUGE head. We approached the flimsy fence separating us as closely as we dared -- only afterwards did we learn that fences cannot ...