King's Pointe Waterpark Resort
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- On my way to Grandma's house I stayed at the Lewis and Clark state Park
- Stayed there for 2 days and checked out some local monuments
- While looking around at the park I met a Native American woman who was a descendant of the Native American that accompanied Lewis and Clark as a guide on their joureney
- She had many stories to tell about her ancestors and their customs
- after spending $75.29 on gas I finally make it to my grandma's house ...
- 4 A.M.
- These constant 4 hour drives are starting to get on my nerves.
- Knowing we are almost there is the only thing keeping me going.
- Gassed up at Chevron.
- Bought some dry ice which should last us the rest of the way.
- We get back to it after stretching and walking around a bit.
- Gas Cost: $47.15
- Ice Cost: $7
... remarkable. Uncle Bob, Linda and Zach put on quite a show and their efforts are lost on no one. Endless thanks to them for the enormous planning and prep, but mostly for making this tradition stay alive in a place that is so dear to all of us. The Rust family has left their mark, and will continue to do so for generations to come.
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... into Dubuque, saw interesting buildings and immediately drove into town to look further. They have done a marvelous job on their riverfront area - with museums, aquarium, casinos, riverboat rides, etc. I walked a bit of the river path, and heard the church bells. Looking at the map, I saw Rt.52N with dots (I love the dotted roads), so headed that way.
Stopped almost immediately in Guttenberg when I saw that I was ...
I had only got about four hours of sleep between nerves from getting ready and beginning this trip plus a little nervous to be in an isolated spot and kind of uncomfortable. So I had to keep stopping for naps. We stopped at the rest stop situated where the wagon trains had left paths in the deep sand hills of O'Fallons bluffs. After I slept for ...