Super 8 Le Claire/Quad Cities
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I started this journey from home at 10:15 am, being picked up by the Act II shuttle. After picking up another traveler, we headed for O'Hare airport, arriving about 2:30 pm. That trip and check-in were uneventful. Since my flight wasn't scheduled to leave until 6:20, I walked the concourses for a while, had a snack, then ...
... along the shores of Lake Michigan. We took a short 1 mile walk, some of which included 250 stair steps along a boardwalk across the dunes to the waterfront. We all expect our calves to be sore tomorrow.
Since I'm a fan of the TV show, American Pickers, I convinced my cohorts to stop this afternoon in Le Claire, Iowa to see their store. It was fun to see some of the items on their shelves that I've watched them ...
... much like the Science Center in Toronto. There were tons of hands on activities and experiments and ************e else there. We picked up a family pass that gives us entry into 290 other centers across the States so we are set for the rest of the trip. We watched an Imax movie called the Last Reef then picked up some groceries and had a nice homemade dinner on the Mississippi!
Got up this morning ready for our next leg of the journey. We should end up somewhere near ...
... to Grandma and Grandad Kwiatkowski, we were finally on our way around 1 pm. A little later than we hoped, but on our way nonetheless!
Our plan was to cross at Detroit, but as we approached London, we made a last minute decision to cross in Sarnia (not wanting to cross into Detroit at rush hour). We arrived at the Sarnia/Port Huron border around 5 pm, and were told we had a “hot” vehicle. Krista and I assumed that was a description of the passengers inside, ...
... play the slots!
John Deere World Headquarters is in Moline, IL so of course we went to Moline for a visit to the John Deere Pavilion. We got to see quite a lot of LARGE John Deere tractors and farming equipment. Jim was in John Deere heaven! We got to see past, present and future John Deere exhibits. A lot of the exhibits were hands on, mainly for children to learn about farming, excavating, construction and forestry but Jim had to try ...