Fairfield Inn Sioux City
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Where do you go when you want to meet people in Pender?
Popo's Drive Inn, of course!
We started a campaign swing through northeast and north central Nebraska this morning at that fine establishment, followed by an interview with the Pender Times.
Thanks, all, for the hospitality!
What a crowd at the South Sioux City Chamber of Commerce banquet!
The room was packed, and the handshakes were plentiful.
Really enjoyed meeting so many people and exchanging ideas about business prospects and political issues.
They sure made me feel right at home.
Nebraska shares its eastern border with Iowa along the MissouriRiver, so as we travelled northwards up I-29 we actually went northward by way of Iowa. We saw lots and lots of farmland, but, of course, the corn and soybean crops have all been harvested ...
... Although I eventually outran that line of storms the skies never cleared again and it was cloudy with drizzle from that point on. Unfortunately, just north of Omaha when I crossed into Iowa those storms caught up to me. The last hour of driving, in heavy rain on a dark road, was quite unpleasant. Many prayers were offered and, obviously, I finally arrived safely. Over 600 miles covered today!
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... restaurants), I can say that while it was good for what it was, I prefer Memphis-style dry-rubbed BBQ to KC's more smoke-and-sauce style. To each their own.
I stopped in St. Joseph, MO, north of KC, for a half-hour snooze at around 3PM, then I proceeded through and along the western edge of Iowa for the next several hours, and then finally on to tonight's stopping point just over the SD border in North Sioux City.
See today's pictures ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking