Apple Orchard Inn

Rr 3 Box 129, Missouri Valley, Iowa, 51555, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Missouri Valley

Hardly a Bend in the Road

A travel blog entry by anniehd


What a bummer - we are now officially headed home. We about 1,400 miles to go to get there! We are still in Wisconsin, but the border of Illinois is only a short distance. We will then have the state of Iowa to get across.

Lots and lots of farm ground, mostly corn fields. We did get to stop at a few Harley stores. There was lots of freeway... ...

Headed for Hesperus

A travel blog entry by dsct61


... br> It was fun to see kids try to make sense of visiting 4 states by walking in a little circle and even more fun to watch the different poses people did to put themselves in all 4 for a photo. Our daughter is doing ballet poses around the southwest so she struck a graceful pose that looks like humans shouldn’t bend that way. Others did backbends, yoga poses, handstands, and spread eagles. I am sure there's ...

Mesa Verde and more saloons

A travel blog entry by harryj13

Gentle start with breakfast and a drive to Mesa Verde. The "green tableland" just rose out of the plains, and we had to climb some 2,500 feet to get to the plateau. We decided we didn't have time for both walking and sightseeing, so opted for the latter. We started with a Puebloan "town". This was built in a cave that was formed by erosion of the softer rock under harder, making an overhang some 200ft long and 85ft at the deepest point. Three were 85 ...

New Mexico is so yesterday

A travel blog entry by raycrockett


... 8211; sometimes two or three stories high. Tuff is volcanic ash combined with water to create a solid mass. While the tuff structures have not stood the test of time, the carved niches remain, some with petroglyph murals on their inside walls. The amazing Long House is a continuous, linked chain of dwellings that extends along the cliff for three hundred yards.

We hit Los Alamos by evening and stayed in the well-reviewed Adobe Pines ...

All Aboard

A travel blog entry by kluehadventures


... about 3,000ft in elevation. We would ride right next to the river, which has class 5 rapids, we went through stretches where the train was within inches of the rock walls on both sides, went over a beautiful high line bridge, and right along the mountainside with a sharp cliff drop off on the other side! As we climbed we could feel the temperature dropping, which felt amazing, as well as the snowy mountain peaks coming into view.

We finally ...


This B&B, located on Rr 3 Box 129, Missouri Valley, is near Trimble Hot Springs.
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