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... the Mississippi into Iowa. There were still more farms in Iowa. Miles and miles of corn and soybeans. There were very few towns along our route. We did stop at the town of Floyd for gas and I couldn't resist the welcoming bears. Farther up the road, a highway sign alerted Fred that there was a Frank Lloyd Wright house in the town of Mason City. Frank Lloyd Wright designed ...
... the Pacific from 1942-1945. When they scrapped "Old Nameless" in 1962, Sioux Falls couldn't get the whole battleship into landlocked South Dakota. So they salvaged what parts they could, poured a foot-high concrete outline onto the ground in Sherman Park along the banks of the Big Sioux River, and combined the pieces into a minimalist pseudo-replica.
The anchor, the ship's bell, a massive propeller, and other components are placed around the park ...
... was so sweaty that it kept sticking to my trousers and folding skin over. Bloody agony! Had to ride East along the I80 which is truck central. Not an enjoyable ride. Got into Des Moine and tried to find Tara and Chris' Place. Chris is an old friend of Michelle's who invited us over to stay. Bit of a nightmare to find as their street wasn't on GPS. Tara had done us a great pasta meal and we drank gallons of water to rehydrate. Played with their little sausage dog ...
... br> I am pleased to be able to tell you that it began getting a little colder, so the layers and long trousers are now getting an airing. Still in the mid 60's, so not freezing yet by any means, but we don't expect to see the summer clothes again 'till we reach OZ - probably sometime in November.
Well that's Sioux Falls done and dustyed, further 'catching up' still to ...
... that everything was
buttoned down. At 12:15 we pulled out. Skip and Beth would be 'lead dog' today,
followed by us, with Dave and Pat bringing up the rear. This order would rotate
addition to all the superb planning Skip had done, he had also prepared a book
for each of us with itineraries, meal schedule, names of the Campgrounds we
would be using, plus Google directions for each day. It would be very ...