Quality Inn & Suites South
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... never forget Diane from the Iowa rest area!
1:30 PM - arrive in Sioux City, Iowa on western end of the state & stop at a lovely riverfront park for picnic lunch. Skies are blue & it's in the mid-60s.
Next to the park is the Lewis & Clark Interpretive center, a wonderful, free museum on the river. This was the site of the ONLY death of the exploration group during their 28 ...
... or user-name.Since we are towing a luxury restroom as part of our rig, naturally our user-name is C<i>rappersfull. </i>The app wouldn't allow special charters and apparently it also speaks German. Tonight we are trying to make it to Sioux City, Iowa but that all depends on DOT hours. At the moment we do not have a hotel booked for the evening but I am confidently that with my new apps we should be just ...
... were already barking incessantly. After the previous doggie day card experience, I said "Hell No!" The owners were very accommodating and we were moved to a larger space with a side yard that looked like a beautiful manicured park. I was a "Happy Camper."
The Falls of the Big Sioux River have been a focus of life in the region throughout history. Native American peoples were the first to visit the falls and bring stories of them to ...
... folks from around the world. I spent an wonderful evening talking and laughing with him and his other couchsurfers. Manon and Mathias, a pair of cousins from Paris, were touring the Dakotas, Wyoming, and Montana. They wanted to see the parts of the U.S. where the tourists didn't go, working on various organic farms along the way. Nice folks and a nice evening.
After a late night, I was up early again and on the road for Rio.
... wheel. I was intrigued by the roadside signs advertising The Corn Palace in Mitchell. I would never have been able to coax Todd off the interstate to see it, but since I was driving I simply veered the car off at the exit. The Corn Palace is a large multi-story colorful building made completely of corn! Corncobs were stacked as bricks, and corn stalks were side by side upright as another layer of building material. Todd was ...