Tara Point Inn and Cottages
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... system which covers over 3 million acres. No sign of irrigation as there is probably enough ground water for the crops which were still mostly
corn and soy beans. We did see a few fields of sunflowers and sorghum around Waterloo.
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... River, the park is hilly and densely forested. It was also teeming with wildlife. We disturbed a raccoon straight away when we were taking our bags into our cabin, then the family of squirrels that were living in the roof decided to head out for the night. I then followed up the Corn Dog that I had for lunch with deep-fried catfish for dinner so am becoming concerned about my cholesterol levels. Afterwards, we went for a walk around the grounds while spotting fireflies for the first ...
... wheels and what not). Eventually we where off! We got lost and confused with our instructions and then way roads are laid out and how they are marked but eventually got the hang of it. We arrived our first stop MUCH later than anticipated (getting lost again after having to detour due to heavy traffic. We are ready for day 2 (first stopping at Walmart for a car charger for our phones)Keep you ...