We arrived at Babi’s Bed and Breakfast which lay at the top of a long dirt driveway surrounded by serene green grasses with little trails ebbing off here and there into the fields beyond. The owner, Ruth, kept an impeccably clean house and informed us about just everything and anything that you would ever want to know about Amana. Near a patch of yellow Irises a porch swing hung between two trees, and on the porch of the guest house sat two rocking chairs just hoping for a quite moment with someone. Our hostess, Ruth, baked up the most impressive (and filling) breakfast I’ve known in years. She started with a fresh fruit bowl of bananas and strawberries, then a basket of blueberry oatmeal muffins, then to a deliciously light eggs and bacon quiche, asparagus with bacon, and then cinnamon French toast. I think that Ruth was the most organized B & B owner in the state – as she thought of everything. She had a little basket of different types of bug repellent when we needed it, and as we checked out of the B & B she supplied us with little hand lotions, fresh bottled water, and a little snack for the road, even though it was only nine in the morning.
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