Motel 6 - Des Moines South - Airport
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... I had a king bed with pullout couch because Marriott's website said it slept 4. It was a huge, new room. However, there was no couch and no other rooms available. I had to get several blankets and comforters, so the kids could sleep on the floor.
... cows lined up eating to their deaths. It's very eat, drink, and be merry except that they don't have a clue. I wonder if they have it better or if the cows I saw battling the bear the other day have it better. It's easy to get very philosophical looking at these places. We crossed into Nebraska and stopped for a rest at Ogalallah where we got a van-full of flies. The cornfields and wheat fields became more numerous as we drove deeper into Nebraska along the ...
... with my Grandma Boma when I was younger. I guess I shared that memory with Dean once and since then he's been asking if we would take him to Perkins for pie someday too! So we sat outside our camper and celebrated our trip coming to an end - reflecting on the four month experience we just had together, eating that pie we've been meaning to have someday, and really looking forward to being with friends and family again.
... kicking up further reduced my ability to see anything. I want to pull off the road but I could not see where the pavement ended, I might be driving into a ditch full of water. A few miles before we reached I-80 the rain ended. I estimated that I had driven about 35 miles inside a thunder storm. I took advantage of the dry weather to stop for gas before heading west on I-80. I had driven a little over a ...
No wonder dad sent me down the lonely roads of America....highway 80 is
REALLY BORING!!!!! Nothing but cornfields, beef that goes to McDonald's, wide
truck loads, pro-life signs and some country music to keep me entertained and
giggling across the heartland to my next ...
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