Title: 100 Things to Do in Sioux City and Siouxland Before You Die
Author: Lindsay Hindmann
Size: 5.5 x 8.5
Come discover Siouxland, where Iowa, Nebraska, and South Dakota converge in a rich, vibrant, and sometimes surprising fusion of fun, food, history, and adventure! In 100 Things to Do in Sioux City and Siouxland Before You Die, take a guided tour of all that this wonderful corner of the world has to offer.
Cruise the navigational headwaters of America’s longer river, the mighty Missouri. Hike the glacier-made Loess Hills, geologically unique in the world. Party like a 1920s gangster from the days when Sioux City was known as “Little Chicago.” Experience the corn mazes and the county fairs, the shopping and the shows, the architecture and the art by modern master Grant Wood. And since Siouxland is home to the richest, most productive farmland in the world, be sure to save room for farm-fresh meat and produce, served at authentic local eateries of all kinds!
Take advantage of local author Lindsay Hindman’s expertise as she takes readers on a tour of her Sioux City community. Whether you’re a life-long resident or a first-time visitor, 100 Things to Do in Sioux City and Siouxland is your insider guide to a great time in Siouxland!
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