Life in Iowa is much different than life here in the Hamptons. Small towns fifty miles apart, miles and miles of corn and soy beans, open skies, and absolutely no traffic.
There is a drawing here of Rick from Down Home Country Cooking that served us breakfast everyday we were in Strawberry Point. Best Pie in town, too.
Go Hawkeyes! Next time we'll take in a football game.
|The Lamont water tower.|
|Back Home Country Cooking breakfast.|
|Breakfast is ready!|
|We saw a few Carson posters. Everyone talked about Trump, but we didn't see posters.|
|Lamont Corn harvest 2015|
|Harvest Fall 2015|
|Old Barn on 30th Street, Lamont|
|Closed Gas Station Lamont.|
|Up along the Mississippi|
|We like cows.|
|We ate pork chops.|
|It rained one night… a big storm.|
|Along E street, Lamont Iowa.|
|The original family barn.|
|The ground after a harvest of soybeans.|
|Fun times at Breakfast in Strawberry Point.|
|Arlington, a very small town. I was surprised by the No Parking sign since there really wasn't anyone to park there anyway.|