Fairfield Inn Ottumwa
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- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... It was mentioned to Vicki that maybe Barb needed medical attention. Vicki said she would be getting Barb help once they reached California.
Not everyone agreed that waiting for California was a good idea and thankfully one of the passengers went to the conductor. The conductor came to visit with the Clampet cousins. He decided it was best to have Barb checked out by medical professionals. The train was informed we would be stopping in Ottumwa, IA (home of ...
... and others were huge with several hundred windmills. They are important to the making of electricity but they are put in front of some of the most beautiful scenery in our country.
Linda, Lucy and I spent our last night in a Wal Mart parking lot. It was only fitting that we do so. We hardly got any sleep as the temperature never got down below the upper 80's. Could there be anything hotter than Illinois? We found out the next day as we came to ...
... a day.
The area has several small villages. Life in these villages has changed very little for centuries. They manage to survive by growing crops on steep hillsides in very rugged terrain. This area is said to be one of the poorest areas in the world. The child and Maternal Mortality rates of the area are higher than the national rates. Nepal's average infant mortality rate, 78 per 1000 live births, ...
... Vee and Fareway. It will be educational, at worst, and inspirational, at best!
Enough rambling. I will post real stories once I arrive. This is just me wanting to post the picture of all of my things laid out. Because for once, I'm being incredibly organized...I'm proud and want to show it off. When Krista gets back from the Boundary Waters and reads this....she will smile. Laura might too. They both do the "organized" thing.
Signing out. Next post...NEPAL.
Well after many successful days of putting things off, I am finally starting to get things ready for Ireland. Probably a good thing since I leave tomorrow for almost 4 months. Packing has been quite the challange. I am still struggling to finish because I cannot fit everything I want into my suitcase and of course I need everything I am trying to squeeze into the suitcases :) Well this ...