Days Inn Missouri Valley
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Seriously, Normal is the name of the town in Illinois where we will be tonight. We started out in Council Bluffs, Iowa on the western border of Iowa. Today's goal is to get to Normal, Illinois where Ruby's friend Jaimie lives. It had rained during the night and this morning there was a mist, not unlike the kind we have throughout the winter in ...
... this time of year. There was a line that stretched from St. Louis, through Omaha and then into the middle of South Dakota. The best plan I could come up was to aim for the southern tip near St. Louis, then turn for Omaha.
When we were about 15 miles from our destination field to the North of St. Louis, it suddenly dawned on me to take Alex on an aerial tour of downtown St. Louis and the Gateway Arch. Sure enough, we flew down the river ...
... but just didn’t feel like it. Weird. Heaps of people were swimming, sunbathing and paddle-boarding there, some of them no doubt have never even seen the real sea.
Also stopped at a cool Museum – Pioneers of the Prairie, in Nebraska. Told the story of the great West migration of pioneers and Mormon pilgrams, thousands came by foot and horse and wagon in the mid 1800’s, seeking a better life and religious freedom. They had rebuilt an Indian earth home, ...
... Harley stores was called the Big Barn, it was pretty cool and the best part was that it was next door to a BBQ place. The food was good.
In Des Moines we got off the freeway - yea! We took Hwy 44 to Missouri Valley, IA, where we stayed. We tried a motel and found out that it was totally booked, the lady suggested a few others and to not stay ...
From Burlington, IA, our goals for the day are to visit the Amana Colonies and then make our way across Iowa to meet Alan (Kent’s Brother) and Jean. We plugged “Amana” into the GPS and were on our way. We were told by Ms GPS to turned onto a gravel road; and, being compliant, we did so. After 4 miles on this dusty, gravel road, in the middle of nowhere, the GPS declared that we were at our destination. ...