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... the wind pushes you away from the truck. It is fun when it is windy and there is about 12-15 mph wind gust today.
Stopping for lunch at a rest stop we see a motor home we have been with since Cheyenne, WY. That couple is returned home to New Jersey. The have a 2011 34 foot Monaco Monarch, a sister coach to ours.
Just East of Davenport, IA we cross the Mississippi for the second time. Finally we are in Ilinois and make our last KOA stop in LaSalle/Peru, IL.
... Roadhouse where we had ring-side seats for one of the most spectacular lightening displays either of us has ever seen. It was, of course, accompanied by more torrential rain. The temperature at the campground when we got back to the camper was about 89. Outside. This morning, after purchasing a new lock for the trailer hitch (refer back to paragraph one, sentence two.....), we met Mickey Anderson, my cousin's delightful wife, for breakfast at Denny's. Had another ...
... sponsor contact (who is also a school principal and a former mayor of Washburn), picked us up and took us to a preschool first thing. There were about ten kids and even though one of them was startled when J.P. walked in and began crying, within minutes, she was sniffling, then laughing along with everyone else. One kid, Seth, was a hoot…he laughed, danced, volunteered, and had the comedic timing of a professional; we asked the teachers if we could have ...
We were sad to leave our beautiful hotel room in Mason City, but we began our trip east toward Starved Rock State Park, Illinois. We knew it would be a long driving day, so we took off early and found a place to eat in Mason City (thanks again, Yelp!) and got on the road by 8 a.m.
We wanted to visit a fossil park in Rockford, Iowa, just a few miles south of our route, but when we got to the town, the bridge across ...
... magnificent Andean
Condor which is a type of vulture that has a wingspan of 3.5 metres. It’s best to see them early morning or early
afternoon, which is what we would be aiming for.
On the way, we stopped at a restaurant half way up to the
Mirador and Lauren got to practise her Spanish once more. We were lead into the kind woman’s kitchen
and shown what she had on offer, which was some kind of broth. As we were both starving, ...