AmericInn Lodge & Suites Okoboji
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... 30cm thick with a huge machine, the full 2 lanes wide! They then come back and pack the verges! All this over the whole 15km at once! What a task! Apparently this part of the Interstate has been down since the 1970's and this is the first rebuild! This morning we came across similar work on the westbound lanes that stretched nearly 20kms! Everything in the US is done on a big scale! That applies equally to crop growing with both sides of the Interstate for the entire ...
... wrong. Yesterday, after getting gas and looking for a grocery store, Wilma dropped us off in front of a cemetery with the line "You have arrived at your destination." As a result, we had to track back to the highway through corn fields over gravel roads, kicking up dust while the car windows had just been washed. It gave us some nice pictures though.
... shop!! :) Along the way, we saw a crop duster flying over the field, we opened the window in the RV to get a good photo of it, and whilst hanging out the window, (both Rachel and I) I turned my head and my sunnies flew into oblivion! Haha!! :) good thing I took two pairs, and even more that it wasn't my prescription ones, but boy we laughed!! :) So we pulled into the KOA in Jackson, Minnesota, where we had ...
... 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 ...
... My favorite was the Prairie Ecology Building. One of several stone buildings built by the CCC. Inside, you felt as if a time capsule had been opened into the 1940's. The long wooden desks pushed together with stands of lighting attached to cast near light over your reading or examination of plants. From the high ceiling several long chains held round lights fixtures that could have been out of medieval times probably just to give ambience lighting from ...