Centennial Farm Bed and Breakfast

Address: 22 Miles W Of I-35, Exit 142 Or 144, Webster City, Iowa, 50595, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B is located on 22 Miles W Of I-35, Exit 142 Or 144, Webster City.
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Travel Blogs from Webster City

Whispering Oaks RV Park

A travel blog entry by schroederd on Oct 01, 2014

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Drove to Story City, Iowa today. The weather was not good today, in fact we drove through pour down rain for about 1 1/2 hrs as we passed through Kansas City and northward. The campground was wet from all the rain and not as pretty as it was the last time we stayed here 4 years ago. Smokey hasn't been sleeping well and has been crying during the night. I guess it is too much going on for him. Needless to say, we haven't been sleeping too ...

Lewis Armistead, the Cardiff Giant

A travel blog entry by nosleeptilbklyn on Aug 23, 2013

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Since this was our first hard day of driving back, we let the girls swim for an hour before we motored. God bless Jordan, who sat with the girls while I went off to check out Fort Dodge. Fort Dodge was built to protect settlers on the frontier in 1851. It lasted three years and thirty percent of its soldiers deserted to go join the California gold rush. Mostly, I wanted to visit because of the Cardiff Giant. See, ...

Tornado?

A travel blog entry by knightc on Jul 22, 2013

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After a special breakfast made by Bob, we saddled up and headed to a town called Jewell where we took the roll guard bar to a welding shop. While we waited we tried to get Bob a haircut (one shop was busy and the other two are closed on Mondays) and went for a coffee/tea at a little cafe. The owner makes scones each day and today's ...

Corn fields as far as the eye can see

A travel blog entry by knightc on Jul 21, 2013

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Today we left Indiana and headed further west, passing through Illinois and ending up in Iowa. We hit two toll booths in Indiana and Illinois but so far Iowa has been "toll-free". The roads were good – interstates all the way with lots of billboards for the usual things (car dealers, etc) with a sprinkling of fireworks and “gentlemen's clubs”. I wonder how people explain that one to their ...

Day 4: Into Iowa

A travel blog entry by hali33 on Jun 30, 2013

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We just left Aunt Joanne's house and it was really fun to sit and (re)connect with family. When we got there, Aunt Joanne caught us up on her children and grandchildren. Then, Erin, my cousin, and her husband, Mark, came over and it was really neat to see her. The last time I saw her was before Chad was born, and she'd never actually met Chad.

We sat and reminisced about all of the things we remembered about Grandma Lil's old ...