Super 8 Waterloo
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... leaving the main freeway and taking a lesser road - the area we passed through was again a cropping area, with soy beans joining corn as the crops! The farms and houses were lovely and it was obviously a prosperous region.
After seeing thousands of RV's on the roads during our trip so far we all were interested in seeing what was in them etc., so I did a bit of research and found that Winnebagos are made in Forest City, Iowa and so I made ...
... opened in 1929.
While we were in the tunnel we crossed the continental divide and began our descent into Denver. We were again following a river gorge, but this one was much more steep sided. We passed through a lot of tunnels as we dropped in height. Coming out of the Rocky Mountains was much quicker and in only a couple of hours we could see the plain with Denver on it in the distance.
We had our dinner as we were pulling ...
... across a bridge that opens up to allow a boat to go through pretty cool. Heading westward young man today thru Wisconsin. Take a break in Dodgeville for Bernie to have a haircut in an old fashioned small town barber shop. Great town, nice people. Overnight in Cedar Falls, beautiful University town had dinner etc at Toads Bar, pool at hotel, breakfast included very civilised really nice people. Americans are by and large very ...
... 50AMP with water and big, level, sites with no trees or rocks. $13.00 per day, senior citizen rate. Love it!!
While in the Waterloo area:
We went to the John Deere tractor and cab assembly plant. Unfortunately, no cameras, videos, or cell phone are allowed inside. So let me paraphrase from company literature: "John Deere has foundry operations, engine works, drivetrain operations, service ...
Good People with Some Decent Interest
The visit with Dave at his Univ. of Northern Iowa Wesley Foundation went really well. We got one card out of it (a young man named Jordan) but I feel may get more down the road. There were some seniors present this evening but a lot of juniors as well. There were a lot of education, social work, and anthropology majors present in this group of students (about 12).Dave informed me of a couple of others that couldn't make it out ...