Super 8 Independence
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... I went to watch Oracle Team USA win New Zealand. I had very high hopes for them, I even got there early with a soda in my hand and after taking a few snaps of the team loading onto the boat I grabbed a bean bag in front of the screen. Throughout the week i watched them from the bay a few times but as it is coming into the finals I didn't want to miss a thing. The weather wasn't great and the wind was up. You could tell the sailors were nervous. Half an hour later and New ...
... the Elk River Hiking Trail. The first few days, it was very windy during the day which helped make it quite pleasure despite the heat. Then the wind died, and the mayflies moved in.
Weather during our visit -- High/Low: 98-107 /75-77
... bold; line-height: 22px;">We ran right into Mt Pisgah on the Mormon pioneer trail. I was happy to see it as it had been one of the places that first stirred my interest in the trail way back in seminary. We weren't able to stop at Garden Grove, but that was ok.
Then we were on the interstate. We didn't have time for Adam ondi Ahman, let alone Ketesville where the Ingalls had stopped for a short time before heading south to Kansas. We ...
... because she was getting food ready for the dinner but arrived soon after. Any nervousness there had been soon disappeared as we began to share information about our life histories.
We all grew up on farms. Randy & Wayne both went to 2 years of college before enlisting in the Navy to avoid the draft into the Army during the Vietnam War. They ended up in the same squadron at Moffet Field and both did tours of duty in Okinawa during that time ...
... take a picture of the boys - commemorating another state they were visiting. Also, we discovered that Nebraska could stand to put a little more of their tax paper money into state roads. I think we've confirmed why Nebraska is referred to as the cornhusker state....the entire time we drove through the state we were were surrounded by tall corn fields - and if we weren't looking at a corn field - ...