A Touch of Murray

Address: 802 Fourth Ave., Sheldon, Iowa, 51201, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B is located on 802 Fourth Ave., Sheldon.
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Travel Blogs from Sheldon

Day 181 Madison to Sioux falls, Contiki day 14

A travel blog entry by iancarmen on Oct 02, 2014

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... fish. After dinner, as it was
James' birthday we went to a bar called buffalo wings. This was a sports bar, it had a happy hour prices for long island ice teas. We sat around talking and drinking and relaxing. Later as the bar started to close we left. It was very cold outside and we decided to walk back. It was easy to find the way back to the hotel and we sat up talking for a bit before heading off to bed.
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Le Mars and the Plymouth County Historical Museum

A travel blog entry by robbie.porter on Apr 28, 2013

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... Years ago. An aero car built in Le Mars, military, office equipment, the list could go on and on. After about two hours Rowan sent us a text and we had to leave. It is Sunday and of course everything is closed. Rowan suggests a Chinese restaurant and we picked her up and had the best dinner so far! Tomorrow we have to begin the trip back to California. We will have breakfast with Rowan and head ...

Another theater, another play

A travel blog entry by robbie.porter on Apr 27, 2013

Today we got a later start. After breakfast we had to find a place to get the nose pad on my glasses fixed, then Rowan called and we met her at Dordt College, here in Sioux Center, to see the colleges production of "Little Shop Of Horrors". This play was done with live music, a little to loud for the singers. All the students had very nice voices, but it was hard to hear them over the music. Julian ...

Theatre Bound

A travel blog entry by robbie.porter on Apr 26, 2013

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This is my birthday present, being with Rowan and seeing "Winslow Boy" at Northwestern. The play was very well done. The stage setting, lighting, sound, costumes, the whole play. We stayed after the audience left for a critique by a visiting professor, he had very positive opinions of the production; only a couple of ...

Walnut Grove

A travel blog entry by susunk on Jul 06, 2012

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... had the locals laughing.

Later, at the festival the next day, we sat next to some ladies who asked about our stop. They said the fire scene had real fire. That was impressive. There was a lot that happened to the Ingalls here and it was impressive to hear about it all in the place it happened.