Fairfield Inn & Suites Marion
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... a quick stop (yeah right) at Comcast to turn in our equipment & stop all services. I cannot tell you how happy that made me. Comcast is THE WORST. We are SO happy to unplug from their internet monopoly. Because we cannot back up in the motorhome while towing a car and because the Comcast parking lot did not allow us to pull through, we had to unhook our tow vehicle, turn the motorhome around, ...
... Alberta, and Saskatchewan. Over the course of six weeks we have met dozens of very interesting people, saw some amazing wildlife (more than ten new mammal species and countless birds!), had some nerve–racking border inspections, and did some really cool research (although hard work). My absolute favorite thing about our 10 000 mile road trip (which turned out to be a little longer than 10 000 miles) was spending quality time ...
Tuesday was quite a milestone, we crossed the Mississipi River. As a bonus, we entered Illinois. As always, there's a photo. (Well perhas later...I can't get the photo to upload... To make mattets worse, the map is misbehaving too. Grrr!)
Yesterday was a rest day. We loaded up the van and visited two breweries and three wineries. It was a great day. The highlight was talking to the ...
So Tyler is still challenged in the area of map studies. He opens it, covers himself in it and can't fold it! Aren't they teaching this in second grade? C'mon common core. So I used Pinterest to inspire some travel games & ideas. If the kids are being "good" their name clips remain on the visor. If there is whining, complaining or fighting their names come down. Every hour on the hour the r2d2 cooler ...
... snuggling with two very comfortable dogs. Flambeau jumped right in stretching out on the soft silky sleeping bag, while Klaas took on the
role of tent guard. Apart from some growling at rabbits/raccoons/deer around
midnight and occasional snapping at lightning bugs, it went well. Our first real camping stop – Colorado. If only there weren't a freezing torrential rain forecast
over the ...