Super 8 Algona
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This morning we awoke after a restless (Ben said, "anticipatory ") night of sleep. A new bed and new place is always hard the first night. It is a beautiful day here in Forest City, Iowa and as I look out from our motor home, I see about 70 more motor homes just like ours up and down the park. We had a light breakfast with Henry and Tricia and then attended an hour ...
We got to Forest City on Labor Day. Sure has been a great summer for holidays - Fourth of July in Katy, TX for repairs, Labor Day in Forest City, IA. Do you have any idea what there is to do in Forest City, IA??? In a word, NOTHING! Lots of corn.....I mean, LOTS of corn. But we had a lot of company with all the others there for repairs.
Monday morning we got indoctrinated on the procedure for getting service. Everyone gathers at the door ...
... to which bus we should be on, but we finally sorted this out. The guys took care of getting all the big luggage stowed underneath while the ladies got on the bus to obtain seats. The group was large -- easily over 100 people.
Could there be that many people eager to take the 4,000 mile trip to Anchorage?
GAH has this pick up so well organized. They have pick ups on three days each May. We were beginning our trip on their third day, so we had to ...
... is different so not so difficult. We are on US Rt 75, another road less travel because the patches have patches, very wash board. NO ONE who has motion sickness could do this route/trip.
We head to Pipestone, a pinkish rock the Indians used for pipes and other things. We head to Lange's cafe for a slice of their famous Sour Cream Raisin Pie ONLY to watch the LAST PIECE go to a local yokel. Had a meal and moved on to Ortonville, Wi. and ...
... see in every direction. We stayed with an old family friend in the hometown of Susan’s father and grandparents. We were fortunate enough to have the local school principal tour us through Otto B Laing Middle School, which was named after Susan’s grandfather. He had been a teacher, principal and superintendent for 40 years. It was built in the 30’s and had lovely wooden doors, granite style floors, lighting fixtures of that era and wooden floors in ...