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... came for a much needed shower in the morning, all the water was gone.
So much for the shower. We headed out of the Walmart parking lot at 7:00am and headed out towards Iowa City - about 250 miles away. So we successfully boondoggled but there were a few screw-ups on my part that I will have to correct.
Attached is a picture of the Core Pulverizor in front of Walmart.
Chuck and Sheila Noel
... it with a nice recliner rocker for myself. The boys seem to think we have done this for them!
A few things about traveling in a motorhome and towing a car. The first thing is that you drive a little slower. We can usually get up to 100 km on the flat roads of Indiana, but you are slower going up and down hills. The flat roads are better for gas mileage, so that even with towing your reasonable (around 12 mpg). We usually stop at a rest stop for ...
... 3 ran toward the far northwest corner and appeared to present the most diversity of both terrain and forest type. We ventured through the huge old growth trees and had a wonderful, exhilarating time. Of course, we whined because the Trail #3 seemed to be always going uphill, but if one thinks about it, by the time you reach back to the starting point, didn't we go down just the same elevation as we went up? I don't know, sometimes these things get ...
... my more youthful friends--who knows of Ernie Pyle? I will let this question linger for awhile until you can read through to the picture of The Ernie Pyle Museum.
And wouldn't ya know it? There is another historical stop in the neighborhood that we didn't know of, but luckily discovered. While looking through the local maps and brochures we stumbled upon the nearby location of an important battlefield site from The ...
Another long day of driving eastward toward Maryland found us doing the "drive by shooting" routine. Driving from Kansas to Indiana found us passing through Kansas City and St. Louis. crossing the Missouri River twice and the Mississippi River, passing by the KC Royal's stadium and Gateway Arch in St. Louis and seeing another cross larger than the one in Texas.