A friend of mine had told me about the "White Pole Road" a few months ago, because my husband and I like to do "out of the way" things. Finally, on Wednesday, July 30, we had the time off together to do this scenic/historical road trip! While the map starts in Adair, we actually started in Dexter - doing it backwards is fun, too! There are 20-26 different things to see, depending on which map you use - and then, if you are anything like my husband, you will do a bit of research before you go, and find lots more "off the path" things to see. You will experience small-town Iowa at its best in towns like Dexter, Stuart, Menlo, Casey and Adair. Make sure you allow lots of time and have a camera with you - it's well worth the winding, curvy, stop and go roads that you will travel. Jesse James, Bonnie & Clyde, The Freedom Rock, Rock Island Railroad and much, much more await you! So...fill up your gas tank, pack a picnic lunch, and be prepared to enjoy a great road trip that the interstate can't even compare to.
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