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I started this journey from home at 10:15 am, being picked up by the Act II shuttle. After picking up another traveler, we headed for O'Hare airport, arriving about 2:30 pm. That trip and check-in were uneventful. Since my flight wasn't scheduled to leave until 6:20, I walked the concourses for a while, had a snack, then ...
... the years.
We've turned back across the Mississippi to Hampton, Illinois to spend the night at a delightful county-supported recreational facility. With our senior discount, we paid $16 for the pleasure of watching the river flow by our front door. The 'water is wide, I cannot cross over'...but we will take a bridge over the muddy waters tomorrow for our first stop at the Herbert Hoover presidential library.
We got up in the morning and were hooked up to wifi for the first time! While it was great to get connected, it was kind of cool being cut off from the world for a while:). We updated the blog, got our new phone working (my mom has the number should anyone need it) and got ready for the day.
We had a day off from driving and decided to take Carson somewhere fun. There is a new place in Davenport called the Putnam Center and ...
... and lightning storm of the decade. Four to five hours of a light show and rumblings. A lot of rain and only one small drippy spot (we will need to set it up and buy a little caulking and clear spray sealant and the drip will be no longer a worry). We woke up to a sunny day and were ready to pack up our wet trailer and head to the cottage on the Mississippi.
Would we recommend the Warren Dunes Park? We would recommend the dunes and beach, but the camping was not ideal because ...
... and Davenport and Bettendorf in Iowa. All the cities are riverfront cities on the Mississippi River. We visited all four cities.
In Davenport we visited The Palmer College of Chiropractic. There was a museum set up on several floors of the main building that told the history of Chiropractic practice. It actually goes back thousands of years. Daniel David Palmer was the founder of Chiropractic and began teaching it in 1895. Over the first ...