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Hampton, Iowa - Courthouse
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Decorah, Iowa...courthouse on left
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courthouse and churches, Decorah
Decorah, Iowa. Court House
Johns- Iowa City
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Dirty Johns- Iowa City, Iowa
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Best Places to Retire 2011: Iowa City, Iowa
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1893 Hartwig House, Denison, Iowa
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Fred B. Sharon House, Davenport Iowa, National Register
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1910 Victorian House, Fred B. Sharon House, 728 Farnan St., Davenport, Scott County, Iowa.
Beautiful, though I'd prefer for the door to be a darker color.
Brick Victorian Home. Fred B. Sharon House, ca. 1910, 728 Farnan St., Davenport, Scott County, Iowa.
Sharon House Davenport IA (I'm hoping that the front door is just a temporary replacement. Bet the original was beautiful)
Fred B. Sharon House...Second Empire style home built in 1910...Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Davenport, Iowa
Home sweet home.
Fred B. Sharon House, Davenport Iowa, National Register, Second Empire style architecture ca. 1910
Pella, Iowa May 2013
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Pella, Iowa May 2013 Blooming Tulips under new snow (other plans for the Tulip Festival)
Pella Tulip Festival May 2-4, 2013 after 6 inches of snow. Record snowfall for May.
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dirt roads and back roads
Summer down a back road! Looks like the road to my house, near Oakhill.
Lead me home to my country life
I'm a country girl....
Is this Heaven? .... No its Iowa.
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New blog post: If it worked for Kevin Costner in "Field of Dreams," here I am, in my cornfield... www.amydenby.com
Is this Heaven? .... No its Iowa. Makes me think of my father. (I miss you, Dad.)
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farm life in between the corn rows
the simple life <3
"Morning by morning new mercies I see..."
Instead of a doll house, an open field describes Nora's life to come. It describes how she has her own choice to make without anyone's help. It is open to any direction that she wants to take and any path that follows.
Across the corn field...
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Iowa gravel road..rural living
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Ain't nothin' like an old dirt road.
Inspiration for my novel "Promise": Iowa gravel road.
Our Iowa magazine. All things Iowa
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My favorite magazine.
Our Iowa Magazine - the magazine that celebrates all that's great about living in Iowa
I want to put one of these in my yard
Sgt. Floyd Riverboat Museum & Welcome Center Sioux City, Iowa
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Sergeant Floyd River Museum & Welcome Center, Sioux City, Iowa
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Mississippi river bridge is a moveable bridge spanning 5257 feet in Fort Madison, Iowa. It was built in 1927.
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Mississippi river bridge is a moveable bridge spanning 5257 feet in Fort Madison, Iowa. It was built in 1927. (old , like me)
Going, Going...1865 Historic Home AUCTION - Historical 1865 Burlington, Iowa Home in Burlington, Iowa
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Historic real estate listing for sale in Burlington, IA
Ben Silbermann, founder of Pinterest, making Iowa proud!
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Ben Silbermann--West Des Moines, Pinterest founder. Thank you!!!
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Pinterest stands out in crowded social media field - USA Today article
The Grotto of the Redemption took 50 years to build... certainly worth a stop on your road trip! In West Bend, Iowa... it's the largest collection of minerals petrified materials in the world! Camping road trip anyone?
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The Grotto of the Redemption is a religious monument located in West Bend, Iowa, A conglomeration of nine grottos, the Grotto contains a large collection of minerals and petrifications and is believed to be the largest grotto in the world. It is also the world's most complete man-made collection of minerals, fossils, shells, and petrifications in one place." The total value of all the rocks and minerals is over $4,308,000. Over 100,000 people visit the Grotto each year.
The Grotto of the Redemption in West Bend IA
Grotto of the Redemption "a miracle in stone" ~ West Bend, Iowa