Trails End Lodge
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
Travel Blogs from Cedar Falls
Left Worthington after a great stopover - sensational room, free brekky that included bacon and eggs - touring the US sure is cheap and cheerful!
We kept on I90E and got to Jackson where we stopped at the AGCO factory (make Massey Ferguson tractors) for a look at their Inivity Centre, which is part museum, part showroom and had a quick look - strictly a man thing, but the girls enjoyed the brief look too.
Then it was a turn to the ...
Today we had a full day on the train; and because of the timings of the stops we were only going to see two states in the whole day; Utah and Colorado. We woke briefly when the train stopped at Salt Lake and then slept through to just before 7am. We got up, showered and went to the restaurant car for breakfast.
We were already cruising through high desert with eroded cliff faces high above us. The landscape was constantly changing as we ...
... across a bridge that opens up to allow a boat to go through pretty cool. Heading westward young man today thru Wisconsin. Take a break in Dodgeville for Bernie to have a haircut in an old fashioned small town barber shop. Great town, nice people. Overnight in Cedar Falls, beautiful University town had dinner etc at Toads Bar, pool at hotel, breakfast included very civilised really nice people. Americans are by and large very ...
... hexagonal star-like patterns are seen on the Pennsylvania Dutch (Deutche) barns.Prior to the 1830s, most barns were unpainted because of the cost of paint. As paint became more affordable, the Pennsylvania Dutch began to paint and decorate their barns.Barn decorating peaked in the early 20th century. There were many artists who specialized in barn decorating. These artists combined many folk designs, ...
Good People with Some Decent Interest
The visit with Dave at his Univ. of Northern Iowa Wesley Foundation went really well. We got one card out of it (a young man named Jordan) but I feel may get more down the road. There were some seniors present this evening but a lot of juniors as well. There were a lot of education, social work, and anthropology majors present in this group of students (about 12).Dave informed me of a couple of others that couldn't make it out ...