Super 8 Council Bluffs/Omaha
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... our impression of the smaller towns becoming dilapidated and deserted by the younger generations.
Pressing on, we soon came to the small town of Stuart. Though big enough to justify a water tower with its name on, it was still small - a sign said: "Home of 1700 good eggs and a few stinkers."
Route 6 merged into Interstate 80, and the miles passed quickly below our wheels. Undulating countryside of mixed farming use passed by, to ...
... about the first hundred miles Ruby drove. The mist turned to rain and back to mist off and on during that hundred miles. We stopped just before Des Moines and then I drove til we were almost to Davenport on the eastern side of the state. We stopped at a rest area outside Iowa City. The rest areas here are really nice. They are very pretty and all ...
... up and took us to her house.Melissa's family is in the midst of moving back from Omaha to the Ft. Collins, so her four kids were running all over, playing with friends one last time, and the house is mostly packed and moved.
Alex and I had a great time hanging out with the kids, especially playing a game of pickup basketball in the driveway. Interestingly enough, Alex, who loves all sports, had never really played basketball. For ...
... get some roots laid down. Though with the winning lottery ticket bought in Iowa and safely stored in Elvis’s wallet for our claim tomorrow we may be buying more than one house!
For now though, 2 weeks into our honeymoon and a month since we left home on our travels we packed up Mac, bid our farewells and left Council Bluffs to start our journey to Graceland. First stop though is Granddad Bob’s house in Kansas City. ...
... trials but we endure with hope for what the future offers. Optimism is a trait shared by the Saints today. We have faith. We know that the future will be welcoming. We will endure.
Kanesville Tabernacle: This is the location where Brigham Young was sustained as the second president and prophet of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The building was built in two and a half weeks in preparation for that Church meeting. The fact that 200 volunteers built ...