Hiking To First Brides Grave In South Ravine Park


We went hiking to First Brides Grave on the trails in South Ravine Park . The park is in the Loess Hills of Sioux City, Iowa. A great place to go geocaching.

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Hiking At Stone State Park In Iowa


Hiking at Stone State Park in Sioux City, Iowa fall of 2011. Picnic areas are located throughout the park and many offer beautiful views of the Loess Hills and surrounding area.

Loess Hills State Forest


Hiking in the Loess Hills State Forest in Iowa.


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First Cache Found

Our first cache found out geocaching at Bacon Creek Park in Sioux City, Iowa. We used our Motorola Droid phone to locate the cache.

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Navigating The Crookedest Street In The World Snake Alley


Navigating The Crookedest Street in the World, Snake Alley in Burlington,Iowa.

We Survived The Legend Roller Coaster


Wooden Roller Coaster at Arnolds Park on West Lake Okoboji, Iowa.
In 1927, the park’s wooden roller coaster began thrilling passengers. It is now the 13th oldest roller coaster in the world and rated in the top 10 among wooden coasters in the country. Its lazy loop out across the waterfront is particularly refreshing on a hot summer day, and provides a colorful outline across the lake on a warm summer evening.

World’s Largest Popcorn Ball

The World’s Largest Popcorn Ball is located in Sac City, Iowa.

Cruising At GoodGuys Heartland Nationals 2011 Show Winners

Cruising Heartland Nationals GoodGuys Rod & Custom in Des Moines Iowa. July 2,2011 Show Winners



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Hotel Pattee In Perry, Iowa Dining and Bowling

Step back in time and experience quality, both in surroundings and service. Historic Hotel Pattee in Perry, Iowa, is the perfect place for a weekend getaway. The Arts and Crafts hotel and its furnishings seem to have been hand-picked by Frank Lloyd Wright. The portion sizes of the meals served in the train-inspired David’s Milwaukee Diner were just right — not too much but not too little — and delicious. Top the evening off with bowling in the Arthur “Oley” Olson Bowling Alley in the basement of the hotel and you have the perfect evening! The attention to detail in this hotel is impressive. Even the hallways are a pleasure to experience. The 40 rooms are decorated in themes. Choose from the “RAGBRAI / BRR” room, Swedish, Irish, Welsh, Needlework, Woodworking, even a Marching Band Room, and more. We stayed in the Alton School Room, decorated to resemble a one-room schoolhouse. The furnishings were amazing — from the rag-rug flooring, the abacus on the wall, school house lighting, and cursive letters around the ceiling. We felt smart for staying there! Y’dstoti!