Apple Orchard Inn

Address: Rr 3 Box 129, Missouri Valley, Iowa, 51555, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on Rr 3 Box 129, Missouri Valley, is near Trimble Hot Springs.
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Travel Blogs from Missouri Valley

Miley Cyrus Said It Best

A travel blog entry by alicoad on Jul 03, 2014

2 comments, 11 photos

... all shaking. I couldn't feel my hands and I was shivering. We stayed in the Springfield welcome center to warm up. Alex and Mitchell helped to warm me up, Leash helped to warm up Kim. Body heat does actually work. Annie brought us lunch (pancakes covered in Nutella and peanut butter). I just couldn't warm up; I can't remember a time I was that cold. And we were so wet, we couldn't escape the cold, we had no other clothes to change into. After sitting for a while in the visitors center, ...

Penultimate stage

A travel blog entry by tjd on Aug 19, 2013

7 photos

... and for almost the first time on the trip we donned our waterproofs. There were then a succession of higher and higher summits that became more difficult underfoot. The path varied between a narrow gap between shrubby bushes, loose scree and tussocky grass.

As we traversed one of the narrow ridges there was an extremely loud clap of thunder to the right followed by a streak of lightening. Fit correctly identified that a 20 ft wide ridge with only grass for ...

Hardly a Bend in the Road

A travel blog entry by anniehd on Aug 09, 2013

15 photos

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... ...

When meteors attack

A travel blog entry by heidi.buttercup on Jun 03, 2013

10 photos

... would have been made in thick mud and once everything was killed, they were basically frozen in time. She lead us a few metres and armed with her water bottle equipped with a self-made hole in the lid, she squirted water in some incredibly well preserved tracks. The section of rock was scattered with various three toe track marks criss-crossing in every direction. We really did not anticipate there to be so many or for them to be ...

New Mexico is so yesterday

A travel blog entry by raycrockett on Oct 03, 2012

3 comments, 14 photos

... the horses and mules. The Confederates left New Mexico and never returned

From Glorieta we wound our way up to Bandolier National Monument. Bandolier is a beautiful national park most notable for the Pueblo cliff dwellings that were inhabited for four hundred years until 1550. Some houses were built on level ground but many were built into the cliffs, with “tuff” structures backed up to room additions carved into the ...

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