Iowa, Illinois and Indiana. October 30 2014.
Back in Wisconsin…the Amish children were headed for school.
We did enjoy the scenery and most of the photos I took out the window at various speeds when Far Guy was driving.
The Dubuque County Courthouse built in 1891 with a 14 foot tall Lady Justice on top…and gold leaf on the dome.
Terraced farming in Iowa.
Wind Farms in Illinois.
A mail pouch tobacco barn in Indiana.
Sunset in Indiana.
We saw corn and beans being harvested in every state we went through. In Indiana corn is grown almost to the edge of the highway.
From Prairie du Chein Wisconsin to Madison Indiana was 537 miles. We were tired of being in the vehicle. It was dark, the first motel didn’t take dogs…but they did call another motel and they had room for us and Chance! We settled in and then ventured out to Captain D’s for some fish and chips… supper was awesome! ( We don’t have Captains D’s up here.) We had a really large room...lots of room to play ball! The time change almost made us miss our continental breakfast the next morning…before we headed out to explore Madison Indiana.
***November 8…It snowed again, our 4th snow it is a tad chilly and the snow is staying on the ground.