Vintage Block Inn & Suites
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... 30cm thick with a huge machine, the full 2 lanes wide! They then come back and pack the verges! All this over the whole 15km at once! What a task! Apparently this part of the Interstate has been down since the 1970's and this is the first rebuild! This morning we came across similar work on the westbound lanes that stretched nearly 20kms! Everything in the US is done on a big scale! That applies equally to crop growing with both sides of the Interstate for the entire ...
... from Illinois, through Iowa into Minnesota in our longest drive yet--432 miles. Tomorrow, we're continuing through Minnesota into South-Dakota. The hotel we're staying in is a typical highway motel. It has a sign saying that "bikers are welcome". Indeed, there are a lot of travelers on motorcycle here, and they're probably all heading in the same direction as we.
This morning we hit the road by 10:00, for a day on the road. Driving for a day doesn't seem bad when you're in the RV because we can walk around, and do things. We don't have to stop for the "bathroom" or if we need to make a drink / coffee.. You just get right on up and do it. It is a bit tricky when it comes to navigating around corners if you're not expecting them, but it makes for a fun trip! :) We drove all ...
... family does the Woswit foods (pennsylvania dutch food) that was very cool makes you feel a little at home to talk about home stuff so far away. Well i dont have much else must go to bed for another early day tomorrow.
P.S. Ken,Shane said he talked to you about an island vacation. I do believe a Mai Tai on a beach is sounding pretty good about now. :) :)
... salad with green peas, beets, and one fantastic banana cake with cream cheese icing. After that feast, we tested out the slack line. Greta showed us her smooth ability to walk the whole length. I just managed to get up for a slight second, if that before falling off. It's definitely an addicting challenge. With some practice, Paul was taking 6-7 steps before losing it. We walked around the campus. Greta showed us several buildings where classes take ...