Knights Inn Springfield
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Well we know where we're goin'
But we don't know where we've been
And we know what we're knowin'
But we can't say what we've seen
-- The Talking Heads, 1985
So many stops, so little to say.
We left Barb, Karl, and the Hokies behind this morning -- after sampling several of Barbara's sweet rolls -- and headed to Dayton for a taste of Wright Brothers history. More road construction complicated our route to the Wright Cycle Company, we ...
We stayed one night in Amana, IA, toured and shopped in the Colonies, ate at the Ox Yoke Inn and the Ronneburg Restaurants. Drove across Iowa, Indiana and Illinois. Iowa is third in food production (only topped by Texas and California!) and what amazing farmers we have in the US! The corn belt is GREEN; they must have had lots of rain this year, like we had in Cheyenne. Visiting with our Chadron High classmates, Nona (Burk) and Marvin Chasek ...
... the door and there is a second door, that won't open till the first one closes and locks and the bank employees can lock you in between the doors if you look to be a threat! Same thing on the way out...two doors and the second only opens when the first is closed and locked behind you. And, after all that, they sent US to the drive through ATM across the street, because there isn't actually an ATM in the bank....and drive in ATM's ...
... aerials around. We arrived at a busy time at Greene County Regional Airport after a 2.5hr flight, to be marshalled to a parking spot by the welcoming FBO team. The home-based aircraft are used in the training of flight surgeons.
With the EZ bedded down, Tyler from the FBO kindly ferried us to a local car rental office from where we drove to a nearby hotel in Centreville. The surrounding countryside appeared ...
... While tech gear like Icebreaker are expensive, they are a GREAT investment for a trip like this because they are thin yet very warm and don't get stinky! We did laundry (and grocery shopping) as we traveled from one destination to the next. Equipment: Bikes are a must. Even though some of the parks don't have bike paths, we used ours at just about every stop if only to just ride around the campgrounds. For Christmas, Dave's parents got us a bike carrier for the top of ...