Days Inn - Iowa City Coralville
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... And another thing. No internet. My iPad needs it. So the ride. Went looking for breakfast, everyone sleeps late here. I was in Deadwood before 0700 and they weren't open. The slot machines were. Then I rode up to Mt. Rushmore and took some pictures and got my pin. There are some pretty hills here. Then I had to go to see Chief Crazy Horse. It was worth the trip. That is going to be something in a couple ...
... The squirrels pop up and stand on their hind legs like a prairie dog. They chirp warnings to each other and at any given time during the day you can see a good dozen within a 50' by 50' area. Looks like a whack-a-mole game board. They chase each other all over, popping in and out of their holes.
They drive Foxy nuts. He tries his best to ...
... very accommodating and Fox got the whole fluff and puff treatment.
On our way back to Amana, we came to some unscientific, but obvious conclusions. Nine out of ten vehicles we passed were pickup trucks. Two out of five roads we drove on were unpaved and dusty.
No matter where you look, there's a corn field.
Bye for now and stay ...
... 70 miles an hour. Met a few people along the way. If I was retired, there were a dozen places to visit that I would have stopped for. One little cloud burst, temp dropped from 85 to 70 in a quarter mile and everything was wet. They may not be big here but they are mighty. The day ends in Minnesota . I thought to ride to Mankato to look for Laura Ingles, but 11 hours took its toll on me and so I found a little motel. Dawn comes ...
August in Amana, Iowa. The countryside in Amana consists of acres upon acres of corn fields, punctuated by silos and farms, intersected by paved and unpaved roads that lead to the seven villages that are the Amana Colonies.
The settlers were a group of German Pietists, calling themselves the Community of True Inspiration, who left Germany to seek ...