Super 8 Motel Red Oak
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Tomorrow I will be leaving the country and traveling across the world to live in Florence,Italy until December for a once in a lifetime opportunity. I am so grateful for my family and friends who have even made this a possibility. I can't wait to make amazing memories with some of my best friends and drink fabulous wine, and maybe even find a ...
... set up in our site, we had dinner & then went outside to listen to the most amazing Nature's Symphony we've ever heard plus there were so many fireflies here! They must like water & humidity because as we traveled north to cooler & less humid areas, we hardly saw the fireflies anymore. That's one good thing about staying in a place with high humidity.
In the morning after breakfast, headed out to explore Red ...
Had a great start to the day. Breakfast with good friends then an outstanding ride along the Missouri River/Illinois River with absolutely perfect weather. Then I lost a nut on my shift linkage. After a quick repair got back on the road and the rain started. Made it to Stanton, IA for the ...
... around here. But, the reason I"m here is music. Last night I heard the Glenn Miller orchestra and this afternoon another concert. in between I toured the Glenn Miller museum and walked around town. Both towns are very clean and pleasant places to be. Small town America brought back to life. With the exception of a Walmart in Shenandoah all the business are local. Good to see. Leave early tomorrow and on the ...
... Walmarts were a ways behind us. Oops! We almost stopped at a rest stop for the night but the sound of trucks running all around us was a bit noisy. Luckily by that time there was a Walmart only about a half hour ahead in Atlantic. We got in and crashed in bed in our clothes. The puppies didn't even want dinner, they were tired too.
Sorry for the late posting. Nebraska had very little internet. More on that tomorrow :-)