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... personality - always smiling. Except for a few minutes that night we watched her while mom and dad enjoyed a date night. Attached are a few pictures of that sweetheart of ours.
We are now back in Raleigh. We have one day to pack for our trip to ...
After about a 3 1/2 hour drive from Springfield, I pulled into the small town of West Branch, Iowa. It sits along I-80, about 10 miles south of Iowa City, home of the Iowa Hawkeyes. This is one small town! I went to the Hoover Foundation and purchased our family membership for $50 bucks that will get me ( and Ann in Cal.) in all of the 13 National Archive funded Presidential Library and Museums through reciprocal ...
... spaetzle and vegetables.
There is a Tanger Outlet Mall one exit down the road so we spent some time there too. Getting there was the issue. All the roads are under construction so we had to wait several times. It was nice to spend a leisure day just relaxing. On our way on I-80 we see replacement blades for the wind turbines being transported via truck. they are long and need ...
... 8211; that name regularly appeared in spelling tests as a boy, and I have never before had the chance to use it in anger! Of course we stopped for a picture and to dip our hands in the famously muddy water – but swimming was not really an option. And so we end up in a hotel in Iowa City, Iowa. Our 8th state of the trip. And tonight we’re not looking any further ahead than the 24 hour weather forecast.
232 miles today
We left Grand Island to a beautiful sunrise. Not many times do you have a great sunset and then get to see the big fireball in the East come morning. What it does tell you is we are out and on the road early. This is another day we will be logging 350 plus miles. What was a day of traveling the flat lands of Nebraska yesterday, today we are into Iowa and finding rolling hills. Seems like up and down, up and down. . . We cross the Platte River and find another ...