|Got up early. We felt as though we had been working on the railroad all night! I was afraid to whistle it, Walt might slap me!! I don't know how Walt is doing with the driving, but this riding does tire you out! We decided to eat out for breakfast (Walt's idea, the "home cooking" must be getting too homey!!) We stopped at the Keel Boat Museum in Iowa and got to tour a replica of the keelboats used by the Corp of Discovery (Lewis and Clark). Most of today was driving through wheat/corn fields. Beautiful old farmhouses, and every little town had flags in the cemeteries. Because we have stayed off the interstates, we have really had a chance to see Middle America. Lots of small towns with old brick buildings, gingerbread or Victorian houses, and American flags flying everywhere. Even the farmhouses out in the middle of nowhere had flags somewhere. We crossed over the Missouri River at a toll bridge ($1.75) Spent the night at Ft. Dodge at the Fairgrounds. We had electricity, no water, but no problem. A really quiet campground.