Quality Inn Fort Dodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
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... and embassies of the world. We drove down beautiful tree-lined boulevards and saw the huge Real Madrid soccer stadium, we passed fancy shops and an even an ancient Egyptian temple that was a gift to Spain from the Egyptian government for helping redirect the Nile river...or something.
Then we got off the bus and visited the Royal Palace built by Charles III in the 1700s. It was amazing!!! So beautiful ...
Our last day in Alaska. We spend our last night in the motorhome in a nice state campground about 25 miles south of Anchorage on Turnagain Bay. Turnagain Bay is a large bay, about 3 mies wide and 40 miles long, and is a tide water bay. The water rushes in from the ocean at dusk and rushes out at dawn. We left our campground at 7:30 am and the water had waves and ripples about 3 ft high as the water rushed out ...
We kept a rough list of all the Wildlife we saw on our journey, using tally marks to try to give a numerical idea. The Denali list is separate as is the list from our Kenai Fjords Cruise. No idea why, it just is!
Black Bears 9
Sandhill Cranes 5
Moose more than 13
Stone Sheep 20
Rocky Mountain Sheep 6
Buffalo 10 + and a herd or 50 or more ...
We left Lohrville at 6:15 am. Realized our camper was trying to blow apart in Grand Forks. Repaired with Gorilla tape. Picked up rivet gun and flashing for more permanent repair in Lakota. Arrived at Haybale Heights about 6pm. Supper at casino STARTING MILEAGE 4069.5fueled at Stateline Casino$124 32.13 gal 4433.5
... a farmer in New York dug up the petrified skeleton of a prehistoric giant. Folks lined up to see it all winter; PT Barnum tried to buy it; scientists were skeptical. Eventually, this guy named Hull owned up that it was a fake. He had gone to Fort Dodge, Iowa, and bought five tons of gypsum from a quarry there. He rented a flatbed train car and hired two sculptors. Working in secret, they carved a huge man ...