Quality Inn & Suites Lincoln
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... more successful communal lifestyles seen in the US, settling within a beautiful valley northwest of Iowa City. There, self-sufficient and capable, they began to thrive. They soon established themselves as crafts people, and their goods, from woolens to metalcraft, became highly valued in the marketplace.
They ate in communal kitchens, tended gardens, labored together in the fields...everyone contributed. Women were valued, had authority and a ...
Today was a travelling day to meet Rhona's first cousin Eileen in Lincoln Nebraska with whom we are sharing a North American all stops tour for twelve days. We eventually arrived in Lincoln after an eventful day travelling; 18 hours door to door, as we missed our connection in Denver after being delayed out of San Francisco. So, 6 hour stop over in Denver Airport and a diversion ...
... Ag airplane that was hauling loads of fertilizer to spread on nearby fields. That is one cool turbine powered airplane.
So I ended up hiking into town (turned into an exhausting hike) to get some food and adult beverage. Couldn't find a decent place to stay, so hiked back to the airport and slept with the plane on the ramp!
The morning Wx radar showed a nasty looking system rolling at us from the direction I was headed. I fueled ...
Today we head towards Gunnison, CO. Before we left, we stopped by the condo and said goodbye to the kids. Izzie had just gotten up and was full of energy. She loves to have Grandpa help her walk. I'm convinced she will be walking by her first birthday in three weeks. So we bedded farewell to the kids. They will be sticking around the area for a couple more days. Right on queue, Izzie waved ...
... red barns and silver silos. We passed through many towns along the way, and they were significantly bigger than those from yesterday. We saw shopping malls and designer outlet stores, manufacturing plants and restaurants. And as we passed through Des Moines, we saw Firestone Tire.
Iowa boasts that it is the second largest wind power producing state in the country. And one of the rest stops actually has a turbine blade mounted on its end for ...