AmericInn Hotel & Suites Iowa Falls
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... on the tornado winds and hail! As the storms rolled through Sat and Sun, they were not as bad as predicted, but it was awful nice not to worry about the airplane.
Sunday we went to the local "Power Show" which turns out to be the big tractor/machinery gathering for this area. We gawked at every conceivable model of tractor (this years theme was Allis Chalmers).
The show is hosted by Prairie Homestead farm ...
I've covered some miles since my stop in Wyoming at Glendo. The camping spot there was under shade trees beside a wonderful grass strip (Thomas Memorial 76V). Although located beside the lake (Glendo Resevoir), the water level is so low that it is only accessible after slogging through 50 yards of mud! So scratch the fishing idea.
I was greeted upon landing by Tom, a ...
... to complete some bridge work along the way, so twice we had to navigate a walkway to get around some construction.
Alden was the big meeting town, and the choice of pies there was outstanding (although they were sold out of Mud Pies and Cow Pies). We eventually agreed that the cherry pie of the Methodist ladies from Iowa City was the best (after a discussion about the ranking criteria for ...
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 ...
Well, we're in the middle of America now, speeding down back country roads in central Iowa. There's a lot of corn, as expected. And a lot of big windmills. This is likely our last stretch of country road before we find ourselves on 80, driving hard east. It's all fast food and highway exits from here, probably. Which is sad, but what's there to see in Ohio anyway? Last night we chased a huge orange moon south ...