Econo Lodge Inn & Suites Dubuque
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... that he has to carry out
four Peter Built Semi Trailers to the harvesters, headers, ploughs, and
tractors which are all colour co-ordinated and kept in magnificent order it is
an outstanding achievement.
are all the same colour, the tractors, headers etc. are all the same colour and
come from the same manufacturer, Case International Harvester.
They are huge, and boy ...
... in traffic to get home, and then sit at home and watch Netflix...and repeat.
So this is it! Living the dream!...Right?...right?...
Don't get me wrong, this lifestyle is incredibly responsible and certainly pays the bills, it just wasn't what I expected.
The monotony of repeating the same tasks over and over just got to me. I'd stare at the clock hoping, wishing that somehow it would accelerate similar to post-graduate pant sizes ...
... highways. No such luck. Next stop was Guttenberg which turns out to be quite a little tourist town on the river at a lock. Found a quaint motel in an old list building right on the river. Reasonably priced room, even free wifi.
Had dinner at a nearby cafe also overlooking the river. I tried cat fish and Wes had a smoked Iowa chop. Watched a boat push 12 barges down the river. Barges are tied together.
... watched it and liked it but Sydney wanted nothing to do with it.
Today was really special. A baseball team called the Ghosts, walked out of the corn and played baseball in the field dressed in 1920s White Sox uniforms I think. It was a scene right out of the movie and there were several hundred people there to enjoy it.
... circled up through a hole in the clouds and proceeded on our way towards Dubuque, IA and the adventures that await us there. Alex whiled away the time playing video games in the smooth air, none the worse for wear. We climbed to 11,000' to stay in the smooth air above the clouds and chop, but that was fine, as we also picked up a 35-knot quartering tailwind. At one point, I saw a groundspeed of 210 knots, versus our normal cruise speed of about ...