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... in the 50 amp lot which luckily also had a 30 amp plug, phew! [Interesting fact, a lot of the smaller state parks have a self registration where you put money in an envelope and reserve your own spot.] The last hiccup was water....we couldn't find anywhere to fill up, but improvised a bit with a spigot in the field in the middle of the campground to fill our RV. After all that at the end of a 4 hr drive, it felt good to finally get ...
... We arrived in the evening where John, his friend Luke and the owner of the farm Father Bud.
The next day, we went to Williamsburg, a few miles west of Iowa City. We rode about 110km (68 miles) and were surprised by the huge hills. Dan and Nancy, from warmshowers, were able to host us. We had a lovely time with them, they provided us with a delicious meal and gave us a tour of their town.
We took off early the following morning, towards Des Moines: we cycled ...
... the pubs, music, the history, meeting and talking to people. Traveling through the countryside and getting a sense of the land and the way people live today. Seeing the farms and the small towns on the east side of country. Bed and Breakfasts. Food: Scones & butter & raspberry jam Cullen Skink -- a smoked haddock chowder we're convinced is on the menu in Heaven Sticky Toffee Pudding -- a dark gingerbread cake swimming in a ...
Day 49. Monday. 13 July 2015
Drove through more corn fields to Algona where there had been a POW camp in WW2. Gemans and a few Italians. A very interesting display. We met there a group of Winnebago owners who tried to kidnap us to spend the night with them at the local showgrounds but alas we had to move on. Nice people from all over USA.
We drove on to the Hobo Museum ib Ritt. now they also have a festival every year and haeve a hobo King and Queen. Now it sounds ...
We departed Wichita this morning continuing north on Interstate 35 towards Kansas City and eventually arrived to Iowa for my first ever visit to the Hawkeye State as it's known. But I soon found that it is really all about the corn here: miles and miles of perfectly laid out cornfields in a beautiful deep green color - very pleasing to see driving down the road at 75 MPH.
We arrived in West Des Moines about 5pm to ...