Trails End Lodge

Address: 122 Washington Street, Cedar Falls, Iowa, 50613, United States | Lodge
 
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This lodge is located on 122 Washington Street, Cedar Falls.
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Travel Blogs from Cedar Falls

Chores

A travel blog entry by noeljrblog on May 29, 2015

... a 90amp. Something is quite screwed up here. Bottom line - one more call to Grand Design to give me direction - 50 amp or 90 amp circuit breaker.

All this and we got our laundry done. We are ready to proceed to Spirit Lake to meet up with Lisa, Dave, and Izzie.

Happy Trails,
Chuck and Sheila Noel ...

Maintenance Time

A travel blog entry by noeljrblog on May 28, 2015

Dropped the coach off at Camping World. Sheila and I started to explore Waterloo, Iowa, a place that started it all for us. We visited the first apartment we rented - I was kind of right on the address. We also went by the hospital where both the kids were born 33 years ago.


We also got some chores taken care of at Best Buy, Staples, and ...

Heading Back to Iowa

A travel blog entry by noeljrblog on May 27, 2015

Sheila and I are heading back into Iowa to get some maintenance done on our coach, as well as to see our granddaughter in a few days. We are staying in Oelwein at the Lakeshore RV Resort.

Canada and Minnesota were very interesting. We had a good time seeing the beauty of the ...

Winnebago

A travel blog entry by trevorrose on Aug 20, 2014

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... leaving the main freeway and taking a lesser road - the area we passed through was again a cropping area, with soy beans joining corn as the crops! The farms and houses were lovely and it was obviously a prosperous region.
After seeing thousands of RV's on the roads during our trip so far we all were interested in seeing what was in them etc., so I did a bit of research and found that Winnebagos are made in Forest City, Iowa and so I made ...

A Full day on the Train

A travel blog entry by witheyski on Aug 01, 2014

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... a fairly regular gradient as it rose, so sometimes the river was right along side and at others it was way below us. However, it usually did not take long for the river to reach our height through a series of rapids.

We had lunch on the way up into the mountains and we carried on following the river. Toward the top of the climb the landscape opened out into some high Alpine meadows. There were large areas of open fields and some, but not ...