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Now it is official, I (Donna) have been to all 48 contiguous states. Tim has all but one state to visit yet. He is hoping to see Alabama some time this year to finish his 48. I have recently read a series of historical fiction books that have been set in the town of Amana, Iowa. This town was founded in the 1800's by a religious sect originally from Germany that lived a communal ...
... vines. Each village has a main street for shops, with sprawling farm land and buildings on the outskirts. Corn and soybeans are the main crops and cattle graze in the pastures. Crafts such as weaving, furniture making, basketry, wine and beer-making, and authentic German cooking attract tourists like us. Dinner at Ronneburg Restaurant, located in an original historical communal kitchen and named after a castle in Germany, was a real treat. Not ...
... and contact info passed out to all appropriate parties - All electronic devices fully charged and chargers packed - In case of Tsunnami, Necular Attack or World War 3 the US State Dept. knows of my locations - Mail being forwarded to Dad and Mom - Medical Insurance taken care of - Skype/Facetime/iMessage set up with so many people I would need to sit at a cafe an entire day to communicte with everyone! - Hair Highlighted and Cut :) - Chiropractic Adjustment ...
... task for me. I have a lot of clothes that I can layer based on the weather and honestly a lot of black, grey and white so everything will go together. The big problem is hair products! Taking only a carry on means everything has to be less then 3 oz and all has to fit in a quart size bag. Maybe I can meet I nice person in the security line to take a second bag thourgh for me! I also received ...
... in a small local (very redneck) campground.
August 11th – Corn, corn and more corn
We just put in another long driving day, and are happily settled into a nice, quiet and open campground in Marengo, just west of Chicago. It’s funny – as we continue to drive east through each state, we have found that each is getting progressively more prosperous, and more green. Montana and Wyoming were the driest, sandiest, and most desert-like ...
Other places to stay in Williamsburg
2211 U Ave., Williamsburg | 3 star hotelfrom $79
1708 N Highland Street, Williamsburg | 2 star hotelfrom $55
220 Hawkeye Dr., Williamsburg | 2 star hotelfrom $60
1708 N Highland Street, Williamsburg | Hotelfrom $98