Days Inn and Suites Grinnell
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... br> IA. Started in 1850, Shady Oaks is one of the oldest campgrounds in the country! Skip played golf with Bobbi’s niece, Julie and her husband Archie, and shot an 80, his best score in a long while. On Sunday afternoon, we got together at Julie’s and Archie's house with Bobbi’s 92 year-old aunt Rena; and her cousins:
Diane (and husband, Ken), Dallas, & Darrell, Bobbi’s bother Wilbur and his
wife Sue, ...
Driving day number 2! Today we logged 447 miles. Piece of cake. It was mostly an uneventful ride. Here are a few thoughts from today: Illinois- mostly flat rolling fields of corn.....for miles and miles.....The skyline dotted with wind turbines, manicured highways and the prettiest rest stops I've ever seen. We are in John Deere country! I thought Pennsylvania had large farms. Here your neighbors are miles apart. It puts new meaning in the ...
... Pass out! Long Day!
Day 2 in Pella,
Step One. Spend an obscene amount of money at Walmart getting all the necessities that we could not bring from home. My God! The little things like silverware, cups, sheets, etc... Really add up.
Step Two. Fix many things that I did not know needing fixing. Pretty much took all day, but it is to be expected.
Step Three.. Take in the local Flavor of Iowa. So what do Iowans ...
Thu, May 14, 2015
Departure: 8:30 AM, cdt, Grand Island, NE
Arrival: 2:30 PM, cdt, Newton, IA
Miles: 303.6 miles
Travel Time: 6 hrs. driving time
We're in Newton, Iowa.
No, this is not where the Fig Newton is grown. (Yes, they grow on fig newton trees.) It is ...
... search. Nothing, then we heard the beep from under the bed! The lost is found! We went across the road to the Buffalo Bill Cody Trading Post. They had an entire backyard set up with old pioneer wagons and houses, and Indian tepees. The inside had real Indian and cowboy artifacts. And lots of souvenirs to shop from. We replaced Cameron's lost knife, Brian got one too, and picked up some taffy, lace licorice, and sunflower seeds for ...