44th On My List

44th On My List

Iowa is the last state I visited and is the 44th on my list. It was almost 6 hours drive to get to my first Iowa tourist destination coming from Moorhead, MN. While driving from Minnesota to Iowa, it was mostly fields after fields after fields of corns and potatoes. On my list to see … Continue reading

Rate this:

Potatoes, Corns, and etc

Potatoes, Corns, and etc

Minnesota was the next state to visit. Since I’ve stayed in Fargo, ND, I was already closed to Minnesota’s first city which was Moorhead. I, then, checked the city and had stops in Comstock House and Hjemkomst Center. The rest of the places I’ve witnessed while driving around the state were potatoes, corns, and etc. … Continue reading

Rate this:

This Time, It’s the North

This Time, It’s the North

This time, it’s the north. After covering one of the Dakotas, the next Dakota is up next. I traveled to North Dakota from my last stop in SD. I made a research about the state before I left for this trip and it looked like I got limited tourist spots with the route I have … Continue reading

Rate this:

One of the Dakotas

One of the Dakotas

South Dakota was next on the list of states to visit. From Nebraska to South Dakota took almost 3 hours of driving. Since it was close so, I made sure to include one of the Dakotas in my list to visit. When I hit SD state line, it was all plain and flat lands. But … Continue reading

Rate this:

My 40th State

My 40th State

At long last, I got to my 40th state. It’s nothing grand or famous like other states but their slogan said it’s the good one. Welcome to Nebraska! Nebraska is a midwestern state encompassing the prairies of the Great Plains, the towering dunes of the Sandhills and the panhandle’s dramatic rock formations. I did a … Continue reading

Rate this:

A Quick Detour

A Quick Detour

I was overdue for a trip this year. The last time I had an out-of-state travel was back in NOLA during Mardi Gras. I got all my travels planned for the year and I’ve missed two of them because of the COVID pandemic. We’ve been staying at home for months and months now and it’s … Continue reading

Rate this: