Gravel Travel: Summer 2017 Edition

Last summer was one of exploration. I tried to hike as much as possible and explore areas of the state I hadn’t seen before. I also tried to take back roads as much as possible. I love to gravel travel; get off the beaten path and discover some of Iowa’s most beautiful countryside. An old windmill, a derelict railroad track, an old concrete bridge, some livestock, beautiful barns,fields of corn and of course plenty gravel roads.Beaver Bridge from creek 1 watermarkedConcrete bridge on country road BWB watermarkedConcrete bridge on country road watermarkedBeaver Bridge from creek vertical watermarkedRR Crossing sign watermarkedbusted track watermarkedTracks N of Beaver 1 watermarkedOff the rails watermarkedwindmill bullet holes 1 watermarkedvine covered corn crib BV60per watermarkedRed white-face lookin through fence ansel watermarkedGoat on a barrel ansel watermarkedWhite barn near Rippy 1 gloss watermarkedhilly gravel near hanging rock watermarkedhilly gravel near hanging rock LKsltn watermarked

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