Tivoli Inn & Suites
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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The first full day back at the farm. First we will work on the loft and put up the 700 lb. beam and try to get the floor done. Harvest always comes first so hopefully we can start on a bean field tomorrow. The pictures tell most of the story on todays work. Tomorrow we will prepare the combine and set it up for beans from corn. We hope to start combining by late afternoon. ...
... Randy and I are off to the farm to work on my bike project .Cutting metal and welding up the receivers so I can bring them back to Des Moines for painting. We then picked up the gooseneck trailer for a load of lumber to be delivered by me later in the week.I will catch everyone up as we get started later this week. ...
... sites on a hillside next to a lake. It didn’t seem to have any good biking trails or swimming in the lake either. (The Iowa Parks website said that this park was one of the best that southwest Iowa had to offer. Hmmm, that’s not saying much for Iowa.)
By the time we unhooked the car, backed into the site, leveled the RV, and plugged into electric, it was 9:15pm and no one ...
Traveled 541 miles to Harlan, Iowa. We stayed at Neilsen RV Park. This park is part of the Neilsen farm. It is a unique area – right in the middle of a cornfield with about 20 sites. On the other side of the road is a golf course. Harlan, Iowa is the home of Chon's Labs – the birthplace of our newest family member – Mousse Noel. We got to our campground at Harlan and set up the coach. At 3:00 pm, we picked ...
We had thoughts of stopping and getting something to eat, but everything that sold food was closed. I'm not sure if we were there in between shifts or if they were just closed on Saturdays - But we did take the opportunity to get some quick photos.
The town was almost a ghost town, with only a few vehicles out and about. We were able to cross the road without having to wait for ...