Inn at Nauvoo
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... restored and new cafes and eateries opening up. In fact, saw my first real coffee machine in two weeks and thoroughly enjoyed a latte. Ah.
Then rounded up a taxi, to go get some fuel and supplies from the gas station, then back into the water, after many more questions and the look of general horror that accompanies "what, from Australia, in that?" But I met some nice folk, members of the ...
... I guess, thus the name Mosquito. It did have a nice view over the Mississippi. Next stop was Phelps House Museum, a nice old house with original furniture. Snake Alley was next to the museums - it is a supposedly the " crookedest street in the world". The downtown was very quiet with an Art Deco theatre and a few shops - no coffee shop, oh for a decent coffee. On the river we pasted through many locks, a raised bridge and swing ...
Today we went to a "museum". This museum was very cool one could climb around in all sorts of mazes that you could run and have fun in. After 4 more hours of driving we got to Jacob's geodes. We got a hammer and chisel and went to town an those rocks. Bum is hurting less surprisingly. Day 2 ...
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By way of update, I left the brutal winter of Minnesota (left) to find relief in southern Iowa (right)
... and his ability to talk the nurses out of items from their secret stash.
I didn’t want to leave.
The family let me stay and drive back to Fort Madison late-late on my own. The 90-minute highway drive was liberating and exciting. Not new to driving, this was no gravel road or trip with mom to the grocery store. On that night, some twenty years ago, I discovered the solo road trip and the peace it would bring. Sometimes ...