Holiday Inn Express Burlington
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Day 30 We started the day with a memorial service for 9/11. It was actually a nice service without too much of the hand on heart stuff. We are at Burlington. A city/town of 53 churches and a population of 16,000. At one time it must have been a very prosperous towns some of the old houses are very pretty. Our first stop was Mosquito Park, we hoped off the buss took some photos and then hopped back on the bus. The park was the size of a ...
When winter hands you snow, make snowcones. Idea credit goes to Kara, my cousin-in-law, who makes far more interesting and intoxicating varieties (mine was Kool-Aid with half the sugar - can you believe how much sugar goes into that stuff?!)
Happy Hour is also good for winter, the central theme ...
... s door, it sounds as though I’ve fired a shotgun.
The engine continues to run great, the frame/suspension still provides a comfortable ride, the radio volume can always be turned louder. I’m maintaining an average fuel efficiency over 27 mpg on the highway; with gas prices near the current state, I could see a strong cost reduction over the next round of exploring. So far, so good.
Back to the drive at hand, ...
... was random but kind of need to see the graves with a large barn in the background. I decided to walk through the graves and check them out. The oldest date I could find was someone born in 1812 and wondered what this place was like over 200 years ago. As I was walking back to CC I thought it was neat seeing her all alone on a ...
Alright...today's joke comes from special guest contributor Tim:
Why does the Mississippi River flow south from Minnesota?
Because Iowa sucks
Iowa's response is best delivered by my mother's new horse