Country Inn & Suites Ankeny
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Iowa is NOT flat.
We left the campsite in the morning to meet John in Stockton, where the farm he is staying this summer is. It was a cool ride along the Mississippi river. Had a flat as we left the campsite, so I bought a new tire later that, Deutsch qualitat! Since we were going to meet John in the evening, we asked him to take our bags in his car. It was great riding without them! We cycled 170km (105 miles): it was long and hard, especially the last few miles on ...
... served with ice cream and cream Salmon--smoked, grilled or baked Calledonia's Best and Tenant's beers A beer whose name we can't spell or pronounce, it had lots of consonants and started with "Sh" Soup with crispy bread for lunch, reasonably priced and available everywhere -- many types of lentil soup, always good. Haggis (Lee: "But it didn't seem to like me!") Places we'd visit again: Loch Lomond (the national park) Anywhere in ...
... to go out - plus they really wanted to hang out in this big house. So we chilled out home. Laneshia and Aria hung out watching a movie while I read a bit and Jadin just stuck close to his laptop.
Laneshia, Aria and I slept in the huge basement which felt like having a house to ourselves since everything we needed was down there. Jadin slept on the upstairs floor in his own room along with my parents and Shaunette in their rooms. ...
Can't seem to get going going. Waiting for a fax then we found another flat tire on the tractor. Have to wait forever in freezing tire shop for them to put a new one on. Poor Jp is exhausted. We don't get on the road until about noon. We drive for ...
... curtains will fade with the extra sun light" springs to mind. Anyway, the hours, wine and chats roll for hours and before we know it's 2am! We need to get to bed as we need to be up at 6.30am for the 4th of July celebrations to begin! 6.30am rolls on too quickly from our slumber and we hit the local farmer markets in downtown Des Moines in search of coffee and breakfast. These farmer markets are brilliant! Much bigger than our local one in Perth. Ryan and Kiley bring along their ...