Best Western Jesse James Inn

Address: I-80, Exit 76, Adair, Iowa, 50002, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on I-80, Exit 76, Adair.
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Travel Blogs from Adair

Elk Horn

A travel blog entry by anah.gagnon on Jun 27, 2015

2 comments, 14 photos

8:30am 753 miles yesterday. We are just taking off now after a leisurely, romantic walk with our coffee. It's just beautiful here. It's so insanely quiet except for the birds and the sunshine has this golden quality. The birds are just so happy! The lady at the store carried my water out to the truck for me. She said that she's a ...

Fuel stop

A travel blog entry by debsullivan on Jun 26, 2015

1 photo

... I stand still and not walk, she will go there. If I walk her, she's so busy smelling other creatures scents, that she dilly dallies and doesn't go. 3am: Stopped for the night at a rest area.Cars, tractor trailers, and campers here. Got to 1170mi. Thus far. Not sure the name of the town we are in... I'll post that tomorrow. ...

Glittering!

A travel blog entry by anah.gagnon on Jun 26, 2015

10 photos

11pm in the middle of Iowa. This town has a population of about 700...it's about one block long...people are friendly...houses are cheap...quiet..,Danish heritage....storefronts empty...lots of fireflies. Dinner at the one Restaurant. Iowa is nothing but farms and windmills! The abundance of fireflies make it seem like the town is ...

Scenery in Garden City UT and area

A travel blog entry by sternewoman on Mar 28, 2015

7 photos

We spent a week in Garden City UT. Kinda cold, so we mostly stayed inside and did some necessary taxes and bill pays and other administrative work. But we did take a few walks and have a picnic lunch (in the car) a couple of days at the lake. On our way to the next destination (Panora IA). Looking forward to visiting the Timms!

Jane
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Life of an Ear of Corn

A travel blog entry by lneiswinger on Oct 27, 2014

15 photos

Ever wonder what it takes to get that ear of corn harvested. Maybe you thought it was just running the combine over the field. Well it is a little more involved than that. Here is a few short raw videos of getting that corn in from the field. Watch them in order to get the full story. Randy makes the combine look easy but it is constant attention to many different controls, settings and listening to the sound. ...