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WEDNESDAY 7/2-The closer we get to Iowa the faster the blue skies disappear. There are clouds ahead and hopefully they are only rain clouds and not tornado clouds. Iowa is like Nebraska with corn fields on both sides of the interstate and a lot of older farm houses in the middle. I was wondering about all the corn and found that Iowa is the largest producer of ethanol uses only 1/3 of their corn supply ...
We awoke to pouring rain, thunder and lightning which got us up and out earlier than usual. After a quick breakfast in Riley, we filled up with fuel and were on the road by 10. The day's drive started out with pouring rain and plenty of lightning. We weren't worried though because we're not grounded - that's the theory, right??? By 2 pm, we had outrun the storm and were enjoying blue skies again. We figure we'll get at least one more ...
... passing through several small towns on the way. Just like Dubuque it didn't appear enticing at first glance, it looked drab and neglected. However, the main attraction was like an oasis in the desert. The all-glass structure of the Figge Art Museum hosted some great rural American art as well as some other interesting exhibitions. Once again, the European heritage proved a reliable source of food as we found a German themed pub for dinner in the trendy Moline ...
... I had long forgotten during "the old days" in the mid to late 1960's. Jake, Jim and I were far from trouble makers, but Dolly after listening to some of the tales of old, was surprised at some of the antics. We discussed many common friends, those who had passed away and those who have been lost to the years by family, jobs and geography.
Monday morning, we headed out fairly early and traveled north on old Highway 22 along ...
... After getting the kid's pennies we drove north along the Illinois side of the Mississippi River to check out this area. Boy the river was above it's banks often along this river road!
Illinois is another state we'll need to come back to for a longer visit!!
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