Pleasant Stay Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... was locally made. Neva grew up in Coshocton, Ohio and of course had the Roscoe Village there. The Colonies are alot like that.
Of course Iowa is known for corn so lots and lots of big farms being plowed and planted.
Wonder where we are heading next? Any ideas? Will let you know later see if you can guess which direction or state we will stop next? Sorry no prizes if you guess you just get the prize of being right.
Amana RV Park and Event Center is a large park with over 400 plus sites. There is a rally for New Horizon, a 5th wheel manufacturer from Kansas next week so many are here early to get a good spot.
The Amana Furniture and Clock factory was one of my favorite stops. The quality of craftsmanship is very evident and we watched several men working on furniture from a viewing ...
We left Grand Island to a beautiful sunrise. Not many times do you have a great sunset and then get to see the big fireball in the East come morning. What it does tell you is we are out and on the road early. This is another day we will be logging 350 plus miles. What was a day of traveling the flat lands of Nebraska yesterday, today we are into Iowa and finding rolling hills. Seems like up and down, up and down. . . We cross the Platte River and find another ...
We enjoyed our stay here, although the days were hot, humid and lazy, but quietly relaxing. One of my favorite pastimes was watching Fox try to catch a ground squirrel. Just like the corn fields, where ever you look, you see these little varmints. The holes to their burrows are everywhere, about the size of a golf ball and hidden in the grass. ...
... worship as they liked. They settled first in New York state near Buffalo. However, in order to live out their beliefs in more isolated surroundings they moved west to east-central Iowa in 1855. They lived a communal life until the mid 1930s.
The Amana Colonies maintained a near completely self-sufficient local economy, importing very little from the rest of ...