Super 8 Jackson
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We had heard about the corn fields of the Midwest before, but there is nothing quite like seeing them while driving through them for more than 400 miles today, for the third consecutive day, with at least one more day to go. This article explains why there is so much corn and explains its size nicely:
"Sprawling across the Midwest and Great Plains, ...
This morning we hit the road by 10:00, for a day on the road. Driving for a day doesn't seem bad when you're in the RV because we can walk around, and do things. We don't have to stop for the "bathroom" or if we need to make a drink / coffee.. You just get right on up and do it. It is a bit tricky when it comes to navigating around corners if you're not expecting them, but it makes for a fun trip! :) We drove all ...
We crossed back over the Missouri River in South Dakota, and made it into Minnesota. Plains, farms, wind turbines, cows...
We stopped a little bit earlier than expected, but found a hotel right off the highway just as the kids really needed a break or sleep, and went for a great late night hot tub and swim. We'll drive extra tomorrow.
... to our east and we were on the outer band of it, looking back that was a good thing. we rode the last 45 miles to the hotel in dry weather which was nice it allowed our pants to dry (we were smart enough to put on our rain jackets but not pants). The hotel had a ground round next to it so that is where we ate. Small world our waitress was originally from Tamaqua ...
... but lost out once or twice to her curiosity about what stirred in the tall grasses down by the water. Seeing the old farmhouse and the white sheds and two large white barns scattered about the property is like walking back in time. Only everything is still, silent, and closed up. There is no clutter of farm activity. It feels like you are entering a cathedral - among the tall trees rising from the neat lawn you feel suddenly hushed and reverent. ...