AmericInn Lodge & Suites Stuart
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Swimming pool
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... your tractor lights at night shining maybe 50 feet in front of you to see. Now which way to home or where did the combine go or I don't remember that terrace being there. Hope you enjoy the beautiful sunsets I was able to capture. Next week we might start on corn which you can catch that from last years ...
... coming back. I stop at a rest stop called Ortonville which does not seem to be a town. It was over 80 years ago and was the wintering grounds for the largest wagon circus in the Midwest. It lasted for 66 years until the market crash of 1929. Now you have your trivia for the day. Overall a pleasant day so enjoy the ...
Ok, we got started on the bean field yesterday afternoon, but we still had almost half the field to finish with rain coming in tomorrow. Randy went to work today and I drove over to finish the field before the rain. With beans they pick up moisture over night and harvesting can not start until 11am depending on the sun, at least I got a little break. Things were very tough the night before ...
... is a use fee trail and requires a permit. They have tubes to pay all along the trail. It is only $2 a day or $10 for a year. I sent them my $10 and feel it is a great way to help pay for something you use. The second thing I notice when I take off is the trail is concrete. Not sure how they got all that concrete back there, but it makes for a great trail. Check out the photos and hopefully I will have more in the future. ...
... car. I think we looked only out of habit instead out of need.
Besides the lack of people (and traffic) one of the things that really stood out was how tall the curbs were in comparison to the road. The photo of Bri with one foot on the curb and one on the road really demonstrates it best. To cross the road they had a little set of steps at each intersection to help you up and down easily.