Days Inn Austin
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- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
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... home and will leave tomorrow (Thursday) morning and head towards Knoxville to continue on. The guys here at Hanson Tire service have been great. They are super nice, letting us stay in the camper here while we're here trying to get things figured out. They've ordered the new axle and doing everything they can to help. They've allowed us to plugin for the night and hooked us ...
... we went to mail the box, see the bank and went to spend Lee's $25.00 he got from his retirement at Cabela's . Back to the camper to update our blog. So just a bit about what we are doing.
Here is a clue for where we are heading next. Come on and try to guess. The name of the place is the Native American name for two rivers flow through it.
... catch you up. We had a couple of very good meals in Keystone, both at the same place; The Powder House Lodge. This was really the only place recommended to us by every local in town, including the front desk of our hotel. Well they were all right. We had two really good meals there and even found some good wines.
The first night we were there (with Mary's cousin Nancy) Mary and I both ordered the Walleye, sautéed in brown butter. One bite let us know South Dakota is ...
Left South Dakota at about 10 am, a day of traveling today. We rode through some really pretty countryside, lots of rolling green hills, cornfields and ranches. Such a lush green, very different from the western ranches we saw. In Minnesota we saw a lot of the power generating windmills, they are so huge! Arrived at the Yogi Bear campground in Austin, mn, did some laundry, and then had fun!! On to Wisconsin ...
... way to deal with this level of pure frommage was to embrace the merchandising so I am now the proud owner of a SPAM stubbie holder and our tour leader Rick is a little too pleased with his new SPAM tank top. (The biker mo and tank top fetish are apparently linked to some tour leader competition - personally I think he just wants to join the Village People ...).
Now I realise the one thing you must all be dying to know is whether I ate any of ...