Hampton Inn Keokuk
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
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Travel Blogs from Keokuk
... so beautiful so far, but that started changing. Some topography always goes a long way for visual satisfaction, and some hills and even some cliffs started appearing. Then the first lock on the river and the first sign of modern communities along the river front as we neared St Louis.
St Louis was the last city on the navigable river before locks were built. So it must have been quite ...
Today we went to a "museum". This museum was very cool one could climb around in all sorts of mazes that you could run and have fun in. After 4 more hours of driving we got to Jacob's geodes. We got a hammer and chisel and went to town an those rocks. Bum is hurting less surprisingly. Day 2 ...
... flooding here. I took Meatball on a long walk around this extensive State Park. I let him off his leash to have a swim at a small dock area. After clambering up on the floating dock he decided to leap into a boat that was tied up there. That is when things went BAD for Meatball. He found out that boats TIP. Out he went! Next thing I saw after some splashing and thrashing around was his head swimming for shore. I'm sure that will be memorable!
We had a nice campfire then went to ...
... cycles. Instead, this genius will be packaging meals with rice/grain, lentils, dried veggies, and/or mushrooms with differing flavor profiles. After a brainstorming session with my culinary consultant, Jenn, I made the drive out to Cantril, IA where you can find dry bulk goods at a store run by the unhappiest Mennonites out there. Last night I got moving on my recipes, more to come ...
... UIC Hospital (Iowa City) recovering from a major surgery to remove a cancerous tumor growing out of his humerus (not funny). After the removal, they replaced the now-hollow, swiss-cheesed bone with a stainless steel rod core and joint inside a cadaver bone, and pieced the nerves back together. Science. My brother and I rode with my grandma to join my mother (already there) to keep him company. We spent all day in his room, marveling at his ...