Super 8 Redfield
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... with nothing but farms on both sides. We passed through many small towns - below 1000 residents - with names like Sleepy Eye, New Ulm, Revere, and Tracey. We did find some real civilization when we stopped for coffee at a McDonald's in Rochester Minnesota, home of the Mayo Clinic. It was the only time I ever saw a McDonald's employee carrying around a pot of regular and decaf coffee and asking everyone if they wanted a refill. ...
... a 33' model with 2 slideouts and plan to drive to Yellwstone, up to Banff, BC and then through the Yukon up to Alaska.
We have never rv camped and never driven a motorhome, o it should be an adventure.
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Craig & Sharon ......and grandson, Teague
The first thing Susan said this morning was she was moving to the couch since her bunk bed is too hard! More of that miracle foam concrete.We are up early waiting for the conference rooms to open with coffee and refreshments provided by Winnebago. Since the butter burger did not kill me I try to eat my weight in pastry without Susan seeing me! No small feat! Our appointment is 11 so we scout out the RV to make sure everything works. Pack and tuck in stuff and rearrange. After we ...
Today's travels started from home all the way to Oacoma, South Dakota. Just about 12 hours. Stopped at the largest Truck Stop in the World on I-80 in Iowa near Davenport. Next real stop, destination. Staying at the Howard Johnson in Oacoma. Wifi excellent. Friendly staff and clean room. Dinner at Al's Oasis. Reminds me of the Big Texan in Amarillo,Texas. Specialty is the Buffalo ...
... that we would leave early and have time to do all the fun Ingalls Homestead stuff before dinner, but due to the rain, that was a miss. We stayed in the wagon and uploaded pictures to my laptop, and just relaxed inside.
I was SO glad we had the wagon and not a tent. Another huge thunderstorm and high wind (with no trees to shelter or block the wind, since... prairie! I barely slept.