Super 8 Iowa Falls
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... a monster wind generator farm. So had to pull over and read the signs. Turns out the farm is owned by FPL! ( Florida Power &Light ).
On Monday, we picked up Gary's daughter in Mason City and drove down to the Iowa State Fair in DesMoines. The Fair is a really big deal in this part of the world and it obvious when you first see the parking lot and start to walk around the fair grounds. Even with the overcast ...
... days of too much heat and not enough sleep, I packed up and took off for Nebraska. After a fuel stop at Camp Guernsey, WY ( KGUR), I caught the westerly trade winds and rode them all the way to Hartington, NE. (0B4).
Hartington is one of those "gypsy pilot paradise" places with a super friendly family run FBO complete with four legged "canine ambassadors". After I ...
... of enjoying that for the exorbitant $5 entry fee. It was the easiest "shower" of the trip, and it was fun to do water slides again (at the youthful age of 60).
For dinner, we chose the local Lutheran church this time and their offering of hot roast beef sandwiches (and of course a wide selection of pies). They had an impressive assembly line set up to get us fed. The parsonage next door was ...
Drove to Story City, Iowa today. The weather was not good today, in fact we drove through pour down rain for about 1 1/2 hrs as we passed through Kansas City and northward. The campground was wet from all the rain and not as pretty as it was the last time we stayed here 4 years ago. Smokey hasn't been sleeping well and has been crying during the night. I guess it is too much going on for him. Needless to say, we haven't been sleeping too ...
Well, we're in the middle of America now, speeding down back country roads in central Iowa. There's a lot of corn, as expected. And a lot of big windmills. This is likely our last stretch of country road before we find ourselves on 80, driving hard east. It's all fast food and highway exits from here, probably. Which is sad, but what's there to see in Ohio anyway? Last night we chased a huge orange moon south ...