All the green crops made for beautiful scenery. We came through Iowa last summer so this part of our trip west wasn't anything new to us. I took a few pictures along the way, but as always they just don't show how pretty it really is.
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This elevator and farm silos were in the a field with nothing else around for miles. I grew up in a little farming community in Indiana, and this reminded me of my childhood home.
We arrived at Amana Colonies RV Park. The park is right in the middle of the Amana Colonies. The pull thru sites are very long. Our site costs $15 per night at the Passport America rate, and it's water and 50-amp electric, but no sewer. But that's OK, we're only here for two nights. There's very few people here.
A few views of the park.
Our site. Look how much room there is behind us. The sites are made for two rigs back to back, but with so few customers, we had the long site to ourselves. The truck is in front of the RV.
We stayed in and had a nice home cooked meal. The weather is cooler than it's been in a while, and the breeze was great coming through our open windows. Tomorrow we're going to see what these Amana Colonies are all about.