Travelodge Sioux City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Slight detour due to traffic stopped on 29, hopped onto exit which welcomed us to Nebraska ! Who knew? We are now in Jackson driving down an old country road, which is more entertaining than the highway, for sure! Good thing the Bus driver did not try to ...
... reminded that life, even on a sweet sabbatical road trip, is not perfect. Life is full of leaky coffee cups and first degree ****** burns.
Well we did get on the road that day, and I did remember to reset the trip meter (just not until we were at a stop light on the outside edge of Minot (so you can go ahead and add 3.5 miles to all of our mileage readings). I’d be lying if I said traveling with a one year old was easy; meals are tricky, he doesn’t ...
... and railroads. Our step on bus guide took us to Lilly Park where Lewis and Clark first encountered the Teton Lakota Chiefs on Sept. 25, 1804. The Teton Sioux (Lakota) demand one of the boats as a toll for moving farther upriver. A fight nearly ensues, but is defused by the diplomacy of a chief named Black Buffalo.
Sunday, May 31st - Travel day to Bismarck, ND - Lots of heavy rain, wind and windy ...
... privately owned by the guys who dug 45 feet deep in a corn field to recover it. The items they have cleaned and restored are unbelievable. China, nails, barrels of boots, shoes, clothing, fabric, etc. All the cargo was intact and is still to this day being cleaned and placed in the museum. One of the men who was on the "dig" talked to us about his experience. Another must see if you are in ...
... overlooking the Missouri River where they had a small museum honoring Lewis and Clark. Lewis and Clark stopped here and made camp for 3 days on their journey to the Northwest. We continued on to Onawa, IA in the middle of the state and stopped for the night – much better drive and no wind!