Hancock House B and B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... huge dairy farms everywhere. I am absolutely in love with all the old red barns along the way. It was odd when we crossed into Iowa, the farms were rows of corn mixed with rows of soybeans. always interesting to see how different regions farm.
Today was planned as a shorter travel day into Iowa so we could visit the “National Farm Toy Museum” in Dyserville. Kevin has talked about seeing ...
... to see. A lot of the stuff in this museum was related to Mark Twain and since we visited Hannibal last week, this was sort of redundant. Bob was less than thrilled to be there, but that could have something to do with the fact that as we were walking to the museum, we had to walk across a high bridge. (You see we had already parked the car and fed the meter, so we figured we could walk 0.2 miles.) They also had exhibits which included ...
... wifi extender on our antenna that Bob had bought. Yea! It should help us a. Bit with wifi connection...we will see. At any rate, we are. Ow about 10 miles north of the service center in a place called, Walnut Grove RV Camping. We are right on a lake and have a great pull through spot. Will drive to Rochester/Marion KOA tomorrow and pick up our kayak on July 2. Will see when the windshield thing happens. All is ...
Today, I set off on a trip that I last took nearly a quarter century ago. Robert Johnson and Charley Patton on the CD player to set the mood as I begin the 14 hour drive down U.S. Highway 61 to the Delta. This time it's a solo mission, no van full of college students headed off to fulfill their multi-cultural experience for their teachers’ education program and no huge U-Haul trucks loaded down ...
... just remarkable. He also told me that on one occasion himself and Heidi worked 40 hours straight driving some of the machines to be able to get the particular job completed on time.
How times have changed from the early days of farming. Cultivating the fields by horse and plough, hand sowing seeds and then hand harvesting loading the crop onto horse drawn trailers to what is involved these days.
Although it may be automated, farming ...