Day 31 - Des Moines, Iowa


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October 10th 2012
Published: October 10th 2012EDIT THIS ENTRY

The morning was blue sky and 12 degrees.

Today Debbie’s sister-in-law Connie came with us on a drive through the countryside to see the Bridges of Madison County. These are 6 historic covered bridges in the countryside close to Des Moines.

We had lunch at Winterton and went to see the house that was the birthplace of John Wayne.

When we got back to Des Moines, Debbie took me for a drive through the city centre of Des Moines and then through some of the suburbs.


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Hogback BridgeHogback Bridge
Hogback Bridge

Hogback Bridge Madison County - Builty 1884
Inside Hogback BridgeInside Hogback Bridge
Inside Hogback Bridge

The internal construction of Hogback bridge
Cedar BridgeCedar Bridge
Cedar Bridge

Cedar Bridge Madison County - Built 1883
The DukeThe Duke
The Duke

The Birthplace of John Wayne in Winterton Iowa
Roseman BridgeRoseman Bridge
Roseman Bridge

Roseman Bridge Madison County - Built 1883
Cutler-Donahoe BridgeCutler-Donahoe Bridge
Cutler-Donahoe Bridge

The Cutler-Donahoe Bridge Madison County - Built 1870
Holliwell BridgeHolliwell Bridge
Holliwell Bridge

Holliwell Bridge Madison County- Built 1880
Imes BridgeImes Bridge
Imes Bridge

Imes Bridge Madison County - Built 1870
Des Moines State Capital BuildingDes Moines State Capital Building
Des Moines State Capital Building

Des Moines State Capital Building


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