Holiday Inn Express Le Claire Riverfront - Davenport
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... for a concert. This area, like Ohio, is striated by canals. Built before railroads, these were superhighways of their time, providing farmers and crafts folk with access to the great rivers and markets. This campground abuts the Hennepin Canal, which could give an early entrepreneur access to markets all the way to the Gulf of Mexico. Illinois is far more than the cornfields you see from the highway. Next up: Iowa, the Amana colonies, perhaps, and whatever presents ...
... tourists. They also have speakers throughout the downtown next to trees playing jazz. It is becoming a lovely town and we would go back.
From AA we went down to the Mississippi River. Saw a neat old riverboat that offers two day river cruises – we might look at that someday. Saw a flight of 7 pelicans go over but was too busy getting Peg to see them to get a photo. Did get a few shots of pelicans in the ...
... down at the dashboard indicators and lo and behold there was a low fuel warning. When I checked we had 18 miles of gas left. Fortunately the lady at the rest area said the next exit with gas was 5 minutes away. We made it. The truck took 34.9 gallons – not sure how big the tank is but there wasn’t much left.
People often ask my gas mileage for the truck and with the camper. I ...
Trip Mileage to this point is 945. Just made it to Davenport, Iowa. Finally found the casino that Pop and Wayne went to years back. So we are parked and getting ready to go in... Isle of Capri. It looks like a Riverboat on the Mississippi River. (Great opportunity to teach the little ones how to spell Mississippi !) pics will ...
... was not the way it happened (this is the Pappa Stubbs version of what happened :) ).
Marybell was running the best this morning that I have ever seen her run - she started up first try and ran like a champ. One hour away from our destination (seems like we can never quite get there) we stopped at a gas station to fuel...near the worlds largest truck-stop. All set and in a good mood we got back on the road and headed ...