Wingate by Wyndham Cedar Falls
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Dropped the coach off at Camping World. Sheila and I started to explore Waterloo, Iowa, a place that started it all for us. We visited the first apartment we rented - I was kind of right on the address. We also went by the hospital where both the kids were born 33 years ago.
We also got some chores taken care of at Best Buy, Staples, and ...
... and got us a tour today!
The plant was absolutely huge - over 250 hectares, employing 2900 workers with a wage bill of $2 million per week and they turn out 10,000 units a year! Takes about 14 weeks to complete an average one! The tour lasted 2 hours and was awesome - seeing all parts of the production process and then we had time to inspect some of the models! The largest one costs $460,000 and had an ensuite, king bed, gas log ...
... through Utah. The scenery was very similar to some of the landscape we had seen in Arizona a few years ago.
Around mid morning we picked up the Colorado river and we would follow this for most of the rest of the day until just before we crossed the continental divide in the Rocky Mountains. There were camps of rafters just starting out as we passed, and the further up the river we got the more river rafting companies were operating. ...
... welcoming especially to 4 Dads Army style old Aussies. Even the old timers like to sit and talk just to hear our accents and our tall tales from the legendary past. Moving on to Cherokee, Fort Dodge, Iowa Falls, Sioux City, Council Bluffs and Omaha today. We are passing thousands upon thousands of hectares of corn and soya beans and red barns, this country is so fertile and lush. Over and out til next report Wazz, Bernie, Merv and ...
... 50AMP with water and big, level, sites with no trees or rocks. $13.00 per day, senior citizen rate. Love it!!
While in the Waterloo area:
We went to the John Deere tractor and cab assembly plant. Unfortunately, no cameras, videos, or cell phone are allowed inside. So let me paraphrase from company literature: "John Deere has foundry operations, engine works, drivetrain operations, service ...