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The old hotel, but with nice updated features. It was in good location in the heart of town. Parking on the street, but not an issue to find a spot.
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Today was all about Mansfield. After a nice breakfast we drove into town. First stop was the cemetery where Laura, Almanzo and Rose were buried. My heart was touched to think they were really there. Not some fictional characters but real people who lived real lives with all the struggles and joys. I wanted to leave something so we rummaged through …
... together with Kayla, one of my favorite people on earth. Living in Mormon-history-rich Nauvoo, IL with 1,099 other people doesn't offer much for options for fancy bars, but fortunately the local winery has expanded operations. Baxter's Vineyards, making wine since 1857 is Illinois' oldest winery, beefed up the liquor license and now serve wine, beer, liquor under the perfect ...
... from Minneapolis, MN, today, I found two buried memories along the same highway path that show a profound impact on this journey, that reminded me that my journey will never end – because it began long before June.
Twenty-year anniversary of my love for the open road
The summer of 1994, I had just turned 14 and was ready to start my freshman year of high school. My father – most important person in my life - ...
... was beautiful (still really cold, but beautiful). Probably the best drive yet. Just an open two lane highway against the river that would go through a town every now and then. Most of these towns were less than 1,000 people and the GRR is the Main Street in the town. It was fun to see all them. As you can imagine I get ...
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