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... and got us a tour today!
The plant was absolutely huge - over 250 hectares, employing 2900 workers with a wage bill of $2 million per week and they turn out 10,000 units a year! Takes about 14 weeks to complete an average one! The tour lasted 2 hours and was awesome - seeing all parts of the production process and then we had time to inspect some of the models! The largest one costs $460,000 and had an ensuite, king bed, gas log ...
... river made a green ribbon through some dry land, with the occasional watering of farm land giving a green splash to an area.
The river has cut a deep gorge through the land and the railway followed this path up into the mountains for a few hundred miles.
At 10.30 we stopped at Grand Junction, our first stop in Colorado, and this was where we started to climb into the mountains. Although we began to climb it was from a high ...
... welcoming especially to 4 Dads Army style old Aussies. Even the old timers like to sit and talk just to hear our accents and our tall tales from the legendary past. Moving on to Cherokee, Fort Dodge, Iowa Falls, Sioux City, Council Bluffs and Omaha today. We are passing thousands upon thousands of hectares of corn and soya beans and red barns, this country is so fertile and lush. Over and out til next report Wazz, Bernie, Merv and ...
... quilts have been displayed in an area, a map is developed that guides the viewers to the location. The map will have an address, maybe a picture of the square and a name or explanation of its meaning. A few of the states that have developed quilt trails include, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky and our close neighbor, Iowa. WHO KNEW??
On the road again tomorrow, heading east. See you there,
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 ...