Quality Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... of July Celebrations. Luckily our cousin, Eileen who was on the end of the phone in a three way conversation spoke sense to the customer service representative and the unintended 300 mile error was averted. Luckily a direct Denver - Omaha flight became available ( to cut a much longer story short ) and did spend the afternoon crisscrossing the mid west in an aircraft. A ...
... Ag airplane that was hauling loads of fertilizer to spread on nearby fields. That is one cool turbine powered airplane.
So I ended up hiking into town (turned into an exhausting hike) to get some food and adult beverage. Couldn't find a decent place to stay, so hiked back to the airport and slept with the plane on the ramp!
The morning Wx radar showed a nasty looking system rolling at us from the direction I was headed. I fueled ...
Today we head towards Gunnison, CO. Before we left, we stopped by the condo and said goodbye to the kids. Izzie had just gotten up and was full of energy. She loves to have Grandpa help her walk. I'm convinced she will be walking by her first birthday in three weeks. So we bedded farewell to the kids. They will be sticking around the area for a couple more days. Right on queue, Izzie waved ...
If I said corn again today, would you believe me? I'm not lyen’ , honest.
We left Davenport, Iowa at 8:00 AM and 64 degrees. We got an early start today because we were up early, thanks to the time change. So, off we went, down the interstate, headed for Lincoln, Nebraska. We drove well over 300 miles through…ah…you guessed it, corn fields. I am now loving these corn fields. They are pretty, with the golden corn flowers blooming on each ...
... there’s any rationale anymore for state legislatures with two houses since the Supreme Court ruled that at the state level legislative districts must all have similar populations to comply with the notion of one person one vote. Prior to that ruling many states’ constitutions called for districts of equal population in the lower house but for county-based districts with unequal populations in the upper house, similar to the two senators per state in the ...