Family Fun

Bill Fluhrer a farmer for all seasons!

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So, there is this farmer I met that isn’t like any other farmer I’ve ever met.  While farmer’s are usually guys and gals that can take things apart and are quite independent by nature, Bill Fluhrer can do, from what I saw, almost anything. I met Bill while on a trip with the Midwest Travel […]

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Dinner with the Heitz clan

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On a wonderful trip with the Midwest Travel Bloggers we saw many things that Charles City, Iowa has to offer, along with some of the rural sites. Randy Heitz, the Regional Manager for the Iowa Farm Bureau, set up some great places for us to see and do to learn about farming in the area. […]

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Floyd County Historical Museum highlights Hart Parr, Oliver and White history!

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On a trip with the Midwest Travel Bloggers I was excited to visit the amazing Floyd County Historical Museum where they profile agricultural history in a big way. In this town there is a lot to love, the new suspension bridge that replaced the old swinging bridge after the 2008 flood,  a world class art […]

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How sweet it is at Sweet Wife Baking

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Timothy Bishop of the Baker City Tourism was able to secure me some of the special treats that Jennifer Mowe made on the Sunday I was in Baker City.  Yum!  Yum!  Yum! When we arrived to take a look at this really cute shop, there was a line out the door and I would have […]

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Sunrise Iron, Simply Exquisite!

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Eastern Oregon is one of the loveliest places I’ve been.  The hills, the ranches, and yes, the antique iron!  Some of the most beautiful pieces I’ve seen in a long time were found in Enterprise, Oregon at Erl McLaughlin’s Sunrise Iron.  Enterprise is located in the heart of the Wallowas, which is considered one of […]

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