Economy Inn & Suites Cedar Rapids
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My day started earlier than normal. The Traditional service at the North Liberty United Methodist Church is held at 8 am. The church is about 6 miles from the campground. This meant I had to get up about 6:30 in order to get ready for church. There weren't but about 25 people there, but I was told that they usually have many more. Of course summer attendance is always down some. The minister didn't really preach, ...
... because all the kids were doing other things and there was a notice that the Dance Competition for that night was cancelled for reasons "beyond our control". It was interesting to visit, just like a mini Ekka.
We drove in to Missouri and spent our first night at a Walmart in their parking lot – known as staying at Camp Wally. It is free and as long as you park away from the entrances and don’t put out your camp chairs etc, you are allowed ...
... stars attended. After reading the book, THE MAKING OF STAR TREK which stated that Kirk was born in a small town in Iowa, Riverside city council wrote to Gene Roddenberry requesting that Riverside be that small town. Roddenberry agreed and the rest is history or future, depending on your interpretation.
On arrival back at the campground, we noted every site is now full for the weekend. Tomorrow we're driving to Dubuque and various and sundry places before and ...
We arrived here on Monday, got some things set up, met some neighbors and were invited to their campfire.
Tuesday we sort of stuck around here, finished sitting up and made a trip to Walmart for some groceries. Also stopped in Bed, Bath & Beyond for some Diet Lemon/Lime syrup for my Soda Stream. This way I could have skinny Sangria again. Later we met our neighbors again for the nightly campfire.
... Next day, off to visit just 2 of the villages. These were Germans escaping
religious persecution. They came in 4 ships with more following in later
years. They called the non- Germans, the "English". We had lunch at a German restaurant - beautiful place and food. We visited the micro brewery, the weaving mill, beautiful furniture and a good museum. Too much to see and do again, so back we went to the nice RV park and did the washing.