This Old Boat

Mississippi River Trippin’

Published online: Jun 05, 2014 Gary Kramer
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Taking a summer river trip for a week or two has been a long-standing tradition for Mississippi River boaters. The number of people currently doing it has declined, but three friends from Princeton, Iowa remain dedicated to the tradition and maintain that a two-week houseboat trip is the best getaway there is. So good, in fact that they have been taking trips almost every year since 1998.

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