Decker Hotel 1875
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... later, I took away his wallet.
Our campground was actually in Dubuque which was only 1/2 hour from Dyserville. It was a beautiful campground literally on the Mississippi river. I am always nervous booking campgrounds online, never knowing what to expect. This one was worth the $15 it cost to stay here. It was our cheapest one and one of the most beautiful.
Our neighbors were friendly locals ...
... not as old as these are nor as many different ones. They have them grouped by manufacturer, I think Harley-Davidson had the most and most varied. Several of them were homemade and very strange looking. They also had a section devoted to women riders, a couple of whom rode theirs around the states solo. One of those hit 49 of the states and some of Canada. Also, those women who rode on the "wheel of death".
After spending over ...
... wifi extender on our antenna that Bob had bought. Yea! It should help us a. Bit with wifi connection...we will see. At any rate, we are. Ow about 10 miles north of the service center in a place called, Walnut Grove RV Camping. We are right on a lake and have a great pull through spot. Will drive to Rochester/Marion KOA tomorrow and pick up our kayak on July 2. Will see when the windshield thing happens. All is ...
... of chicken bullion cubes, she has low salt, and her doctor wants her to drink chicken bullion a few times a day. At various times on our trip, we had passed by a Wal-Mart, so Jody was keeping an eye open for one today so we could stop and get her bouillon. We had also decided, that we had enough of the fancy dinners for tonight, and were just looking for a Subway so I could get my BMT and she could get her ham sub. We were getting kind ...
... the next 13 months! (longer???)
Like many of my recently graduated peers, graduation day came and went, and despite EVERYONE and their mother asking me the worst question known to mankind, "What are you going to do now?" ...I still found myself having no real idea what I wanted to do with the rest of my life. (SERIOUSLY don't ask second-semester Seniors that question! It is not okay, and could easily cause a very public mental breakdown of said ...