*I’m always eager to see what small towns are doing with there beautiful Main streets and town squares. Loft apartments and Airbnb accommodations are popping up all over the map and Mills County is one of those destinations that’s helping to bring in the visitors to Southwest Iowa. Our stay at the Glenwood Loft on… Continue reading Relaxing on the Glenwood, Iowa Town Square
*The SW-Iowa region opened up the second season of the T-Bone Trail with Mount Ayr and company ready to join in on this beef filled adventure! Our travels in Ringgold county were sponsored and funded by the Western Iowa Tourism Region. Some of the meals, lodging, and services were complimentary. The views expressed in this… Continue reading Road Trip in Ringgold County, Iowa: Giant Slices of Prime Rib & Good Times on the Square
Centerville, IA: Appanoose County You’re just a few horseshoe tosses to the Missouri line when you arrive in Centerville and that means you just got to know some of Iowa’s hilly countryside. You have an appetite and a craving for some small town hospitality. Lucky for you, Centerville has a very large way of showing… Continue reading Scouting RAGBRAI-2019: The World’s Largest City Square Means Party in Centerville
Winterset, IA: Madison County Our first visit to this area was a fun one back in 2016. We had two hours to kill and we made it happen by packing in a lot of their beautiful City Park. You can click here to see what that was all about and then imagine all the great… Continue reading Scouting RAGBRAI-2019: Winterset’s History of Good Times is RAGBRAI-Ready
Sigourney, Iowa: Keokuk County What will you be filling up on during RAGBRAI? I know we say that breakfast is the most important meal of the day and when you’re peddling across Iowa, it’s even more important. Let’s get right to this meal as we scout Overnight #6! Pass the syrup, Sigourney. Carb-Up/Protein-Up Travel Iowa… Continue reading Scouting RAGBRAI-2018: Sigourney w/ Extra Syrup & 47 Years of Expert Pizza
Indianola, IA: Warren County Let’s get right into this. We arrived to Indianola, fresh from a 4 hour drive, and we were ready to tackle every inch of their historic town square. When The Iowa Gallivant needs an exceptional local meal we ask a couple of exceptional locals. And folks who know how to pour a mean cherry… Continue reading Now That Was a Tasty Town Square!