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... states and even in different towns. We have noticed that most people are very house proud and have lovely flowers and lawns.
We are mainly driving on coy. We like the back roads.
We now arrived at the Bridges of Madison County. The town is Winterset but no sign of Clint or Meryl. We did see the bridges and the ironing board that Meryl used and Linton sat on the stool where Clint sat in the Northside Cafe, both in character and out - we were told. A really nice ...
... to go.
With -5 registering on the thermometer, we dressed in boots, hats, mittens and parkas and climbed into Freddie. We cranked the heat up to the max and took off in search of warmer temps. As the miles ticked away the inside temp began dropping. There was a breeze coming at us from the rear of the bus that we could not keep at bay. ...
... I looked it up and yoga mats are about one dollar. One. Dollar. She told me that one of her classmates only brought two outfits and purchased the rest after she arrived. I was also informed that the rooms have no heat and the bathrooms are equipped with buckets for washing oneself as the shower has very low water pressure. This curly-haired girl cannot wait for that. Since my body runs cold in general, I am also bringing along a ...
... with a thank you note when she receives a gift.
I opened the package assuming it was an early Christmas gift since I will be on my journey during the holiday season. Instead, there was a necklace, yoga shirt, mini candles and a note that wished me good luck in India and how proud she was of me. I actually felt my heart swell.
The nerves I've been feeling about leaving my family ...
I left my hometown in Winterset, Iowa, on August 26th, which was also the day of my 23rd birthday, mainly for a poetic start. My father had planned to join me on his Victory Vegas for the first week of the trip before driving back to the farm in Iowa. This did not stop off-pavement travel, however it was generally not intentional.
First stop was the pride and joy of Winterset, the birthplace of John Wayne. Although I've already seen it countless ...