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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Heated pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Swimming pool
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... Today was mostly driving to get here from Des Moines and it felt like it took the whole day driving through Iowa. The campground we are at tonight is very nice - shaded wooded spots nicely spaced out; some hiking and biking trails, and clean bathrooms which I always appreciate :-). Another quiet night by the campfire and early to bed to rest up for our drive ...
... up on Niagara! We all went out for a group dinner at Outback Steakhouse. There isn't a lot to this tiny town but somehow they manage to have two casinos. Tiny and a bit suss... It was a pretty laid back night. Managed to get our laundry done, wash my hair and take off my nail polish. Pretty successful! We have yet another long day on the road tomorrow so it early night for most of us. Love love ...
... and Ted Hudstead and their son Billy, moved into the back of the Wall Drug Store. Dorothy came up with the advertising campaign of offering free ice water - she passed away in November 1995; founder Ted passed in January 1999 and their son died the following October. Bill's wife Majorie, now runs the store today and is carrying on the legacy with their sons.
To space the day, we stopped hourly or every 150km to give our ...
... are treasures without price... I'm blessed.
Stirlin's daughter and son-in-law live on Nantucket and have recently started a new business of "Nantucket Pasties"- a pasty is like an upscale Natchitoches meat pie and comes in a variety of flavors, popular in England (Nate's British), and these are all-natural and delicious. Watch your grocer's freezer section in the next few ...
... right in the middle of this extremely small town is multiple waterfalls and pools that run right under a train bridge and into the Sioux River. Trails, benches and picnic tables line the falls on either side and it provides a picturesque scene meant for a post card. Of course a photo-shoot is in order and Robyn comes out to participate (at least her grad photo does)! We pack it in and hit the road by 8:30 and that in a nutshell was our Sioux Falls ...