Holiday Inn Sioux City
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
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- Tennis Court
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
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... like I suggested... Check out the photo... Lol Rainstorm and no where to hide in these parts! South Dakota ! Following a humongous oversize load! Crazy something like 16 axels! Took up both lanes! Pictures cannot show this thing! Yankton, SD and heading ...
... and immediately start freaking out, because this leaking travel mug isn’t just a mug I bought myself for the trip… I bought 113 of these cursed things and had them custom printed with our trip logo to give to the people we visit on this road trip. Half the space in our fully packed car is taken up by four cases of these leaky coffee cups! (More on these coffee cups to come in a later post…)
Not even five minutes into my Great American Road Trip ...
Wednesday, May 27th : Today we toured the Sergeant Floyd River Museum, Sioux City, Iowa. Charles Floyd died on August 20, 1804 and is the first casualty from what was probably a burst appendix. He is the only fatality among the Corps of Discovery during the expedition. Also in this area the crew meets up with the Blackfoot Indian tribe. Not a friendly tribe,as a couple of teenage Indians tried to steal some of ...
... boat by hand identical to the one Lewis and Clark used. He is known as the most knowledge person on the subject of Lewis and Clark. This location is one of the stops the Core of Discovery made both going and coming home.
Tomorrow we are off to the Sergeant Floyd River museum who was the first America soldier to die west of the Mississippi River and the only member of the Core to die ...
... was parked at the side of the road. The farming landscape changed once we got into and past Des Moines. There’s more trees and rolling hills. Everything is lush and green after all the rain. We stopped at a rest stop between Des Moines and Council Bluffs and they had a wind turbine blade standing on its end. I barely got the whole thing in one picture. There was also a wind turbine farm. Just east of the ...