Econo Lodge Inn & Suites Dubuque
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
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... later, I took away his wallet.
Our campground was actually in Dubuque which was only 1/2 hour from Dyserville. It was a beautiful campground literally on the Mississippi river. I am always nervous booking campgrounds online, never knowing what to expect. This one was worth the $15 it cost to stay here. It was our cheapest one and one of the most beautiful.
Our neighbors were friendly locals ...
... and built four kilns which were used to produce lime from the quarries near by. Lime mortar was used for building foundations until 1920 when Portland cement became popular.
We continued on our way to the world's largest truck stop. Several years ago we passed by this place going east and didn't know what it was, this time we stopped. It is a very large place with lots of eating places, different types of stores and even ...
... vehicle about 3 hours north just off our route so we called them, to see if they could fix us. Yes, except the windshield...so we headed that way and, en route called our insurance people to seek their help with the windshield. They were great! It won't cost us anything and we can get it fixed in Rochester, MN where we will be for about a week or so. The service place fixed our other problems plus put on the ...
... and later a sharecroppers shack on the Blue Lake Plantation. Then it was full of beds—wall to wall beds and a front door that was little more than a blanket flapping in the wind.
There was the stay with Ruthie Amos and her family, including T Amos who spoke frequently of his involvement in the Civil Rights movement at the local level and how the Klan had numerous times burned a cross in ...
... machinery apart to show how it worked. Took some of the mighty machines out of the sheds and opened them up to show us their size.
Chris’s father take a particular delight in restoring vintage tractors, International Harvester of course. We had a look of some of his outstanding work.
They couldn’t have been more accommodating. To top things off they even gave us some popcorn to take with us.
Amazing people, ...