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Audubon

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Audubon is a town of 2,124 residents in Southwest Iowa.

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  • 1 Albert the Bull. The world's largest bull statue. The red and white Albert gazes at drivers as they "mooooove" north on Highway 71. Worth a stop and a photo op.

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  • The Little Red Barn (Turn off Hwy 71 at Exira, about 9 miles south of Audubon, then it's the little red building on the right with a big gravel driveway.). Open Very Early. A small-town greasy spoon if there ever was one. Go early to catch the retired farmers talking cows and coffee. Full breakfast with coffee will be under $5, so tip your waitress well! Vegetarians be warned: The "Vegetable Burger" is a hamburger with vegetables on it. Cheap.

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Routes through Audubon
JacksonStorm Lake  N US 71.svg S  → Jct W I-80.svg EAtlanticKansas City



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