Ramada Tropics Resort / Conference Center Des Moines
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... I had a king bed with pullout couch because Marriott's website said it slept 4. It was a huge, new room. However, there was no couch and no other rooms available. I had to get several blankets and comforters, so the kids could sleep on the floor.
Night 30: Endless Nebraska From Loveland, CO, to Clive, IA Today I drove 670 miles which took almost every waking moment. Weather was a bit humid and sunny with temps in the upper 80's. There is a frontal system passing just to our east. I was determined to get home today and pushed hard all day, but Andrew's foot fell asleep while he was sleeping and his cries, along with a peek at the day's mileage, made me realize that it might be time to stop for a rest. I ...
... to other places we've been. Another stop we made along the way was for lunch in Sioux Falls at a place called Mixed. It was close to the interstate and we were excited to find a big open spot to park our truck and camper. It was fast food, but had lots of healthy items to choose from, and even had a place to recycle some of your garbage when you're done eating.
We found our way to Adventureland ...
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... and it was a pleasant drive overall.
Somewhere midway into South Dakota the landscape started changing slowly and a couple of hills appeared on the plains. We also crossed the Missouri River which is MASSIVE. Bikers and bikes were prominent in South Dakota.
We reached bad lands around 7pm. Our halt was the cedar pass campground. First ...