Stoney Creek Inn Waukon

Address: 407 Rossville Road, Waukon, Iowa, 52172, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 407 Rossville Road, Waukon.
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      Day 4 Tourist - Prairie du Chien

      A travel blog entry by crazy.travelers on Aug 07, 2014

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      ... the Wisconsin River joins the Mississippi River. There are huge bluffs along both sides and the views are amazing. The Wisconsin River is in the foreground running along the bottom of the picture. The Mississippi is way in the back, not such a big river up here, before the Missouri and Ohio Rivers join up. Just behind the Wisconsin River is sort of a marshy delta area. If you click on the photo ...

      Visiting Whole Tree Architects country headquarter

      A travel blog entry by storyfamily on Jun 24, 2014

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      ... Trees - this A frame has a straw bale roof as well and is beautiful. We also got to check out the attached greenhouse, two story office building, workshop and extensive gardens.

      Amelia was very engaging and convinced Glenn 'if Roald can build these buildings, so can you!' Now full disclosure here - Roald is also Amelia's husband!

      Whole Tree Architecture is truly an innovative, green company. Check out their site here: www.wholetrees.com
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      Whole tree houses

      A travel blog entry by storyfamily on Jun 24, 2014

      5 photos

      On Monday the 23rd we visited the home of Doug Hansmann & Denise Thornton. They worked with Whole Tree architecture (an amazing company) and a local builder to design and build a whole tree house using trees harvested from their own property. Nothing was wasted building this house, even the trim was made out of unused parts of the trees, as well as bookshelves and kitchen and bathroom counters.

      Whole Tree building ...

      Camping by the Missippi

      A travel blog entry by storyfamily on Jun 23, 2014

      4 photos

      Our first night of real camping. We stayed on Goose island camp ground, which was next to the Missippi river. There had been a lot of recent rain so the river was up much higher than normal. Many camp sites were flooded out. It did rain while we were there but we did not let that dampen our fun.
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      Winging to Atlanta

      A travel blog entry by tope on Nov 07, 2013

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      ... it's definitely nice to have priority access flying first class, it always seems that when I do fly first class, the lines are super short. I stopped at The Body Shop. I got to push a button to randomly pick my discount and got buy two get two free. I bought two lotions and two body oils. I then found my gate. I had two hours so I looked for food. I decided I wanted real food so I went to Rock Bottom Brewery. I was all the way past where I started, so I had a long ...