BEST WESTERN Oglesby Inn
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... afternoon ending with a delicious steak dinner cooked by Bill accompanied by corn on the cob we brought with us from Jarrettsville. It was difficult to say goodbye since our chances to get together are few.
Since I didn't have many pictures from today's travels, I put on a few of inside our home on wheels.
... the invitation. I was kicking myself for this later, but knew it was the responsible thing. Wet tents and down sleeping bags are not a good combo. There is not a single working water spigot in Waterworks Park. The toilets had overflowed onto the floor, so in that way, it was true to the name. The park overlooks the Illinois River and the bridge. It's very beautiful, and unlike many town parks, the locals actually use this one. Many of them have ...
... from H.H. came to KOA. It was one after another campers, buses, RVs and trailers pulling into the camp. Eventually it filled up and large buses were parking on the road to the campground!
Because of the exponential amounts of boring riding time, I have started writing a new book. I hope and plan to continue it until it is finished. For once I actually have a good storyline. ...
... once we left the very flat terrain, all the roads in Eastern Iowa are pretty scenic, whether they are marked as such or not.
We stopped in some antique malls and bought a few things (a $7 lamp!), and pulled off at a "scenic view" that showed us a stunning Mississippi river. We stopped in Dubuque at Uncle Timmy's Sandwich Factory for chili dogs and started south so we could cross the river at a place where ...
Up to date information on how to get to the Colca Canyon was
pretty hard to come by so we decided to head down to the bus terminal with our
bags and jump on the next available public bus.
There are 2 terminals in Arequipa, next door to each other and we had to
walk across the road to the other terminal to catch our bus. There are 3 companies that run to Chivay, the
biggest town in the Canyon, but not all buses ...