Ramada Spirit Lake/Okoboji
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... packing and bed.
In the morning we dropped off James to the airport, we almost didn't make it. We left plenty of time to get to the airport, well we thought we did. But it took as 2hrs with the traffic. We were heading away from the city in peak hour, it was hectic. He made it with 45mins until the flight left and they sorted him out. We'll see him again in Calgary after he sits his exam.
We continued on the road west for the trip ...
... yep, I did have fries with it!!!! And they sold beer and wine too! Along the way we allowed Greg to take an exit to a car and tractor museum which turned out to be quite a gem, with over 250 cars and dozens of cars, tractors, motorbikes, outboards and any other old stuff you could imagine! Needless to say we had to drag him out some time later, but it was typical of the museums we have seen everywhere we have been and I spent some time chatting to one of the caretakers ...
... wrong. Yesterday, after getting gas and looking for a grocery store, Wilma dropped us off in front of a cemetery with the line "You have arrived at your destination." As a result, we had to track back to the highway through corn fields over gravel roads, kicking up dust while the car windows had just been washed. It gave us some nice pictures though.
This morning we hit the road by 10:00, for a day on the road. Driving for a day doesn't seem bad when you're in the RV because we can walk around, and do things. We don't have to stop for the "bathroom" or if we need to make a drink / coffee.. You just get right on up and do it. It is a bit tricky when it comes to navigating around corners if you're not expecting them, but it makes for a fun trip! :) We drove all ...
... to our east and we were on the outer band of it, looking back that was a good thing. we rode the last 45 miles to the hotel in dry weather which was nice it allowed our pants to dry (we were smart enough to put on our rain jackets but not pants). The hotel had a ground round next to it so that is where we ate. Small world our waitress was originally from Tamaqua ...