Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Dubuque-West
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- Continental Breakfast
- Microwave in room
- Swimming pool
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... later, I took away his wallet.
Our campground was actually in Dubuque which was only 1/2 hour from Dyserville. It was a beautiful campground literally on the Mississippi river. I am always nervous booking campgrounds online, never knowing what to expect. This one was worth the $15 it cost to stay here. It was our cheapest one and one of the most beautiful.
Our neighbors were friendly locals ...
... snapping turtle and an alligator along with the Bald Eagles. I walked back to the car, we had 18 minutes left on the meter and I drove over to pick up Bob.
As we were making our way to the I-80 truck stop, we passed some interesting looking objects on the side of the road. The brown sign called them the Hurstville Lime Kiln National Landmark Site. So since I was driving, we turned around and went back. In the 1870s, Alfred ...
We had a bit of a rough day. First our blind and shade on the driver's side came disconnected so we couldn't use it. Bob Jimmied it up with a piece of string to hold it from flopping around and coming down on my head. Then we discovered that our hydraulic jacks were low on fluid THEN we noticed a BIG crack about 13 inches long at the bottom center of our windshield. Oh dear!! Bob located a service place for our ...
... and later a sharecroppers shack on the Blue Lake Plantation. Then it was full of beds—wall to wall beds and a front door that was little more than a blanket flapping in the wind.
There was the stay with Ruthie Amos and her family, including T Amos who spoke frequently of his involvement in the Civil Rights movement at the local level and how the Klan had numerous times burned a cross in ...
... that there seemed to be little roadways of green grass dispersed throughout the landscape. Not having the slightest notion what they were for, I had made up my mind they must be used to drive four wheel quads so the crop could be monitored. WRONG. After speaking to Chris and Heidi we were educated into what they are really for. They are for drainage purposes. When the rains fall any excess water is funnelled down these green highways and eventually ...