You’re invited to our festive sampling on Sunday, December 9th at 4pm to 7pm. Our sampling includes Two Palms Grilling, holiday trays, our bakery’s homemade sweet treats, wine tasting, and a cash/carry section. We also have prize drawings. Come by and join us!
Cure your winter blues by staying at Blue Grass Inn and Suites. You can relax in our indoor pool or celebrate an event in the party room. Blue Grass Inn and Suites is open Sunday, 3pm to 8pm and Monday – Thursday, 9am to 1pm and 4pm to 8pm.
Waspy’s Audubon IA location is featured on Only in Your State.
One of the best things about being a truck driver is exploring the open road. Whether it’s driving on the interstate or passing through rural areas in Iowa, truck drivers get to see an amazing landscape. Unfortunately, truck drivers also see recklessness which brings frustration and fear. Commercial drivers face these unique challenges because trucks handle differently than other vehicles. Ideally, everyone should follow the rules of the road and respect other drivers to make roads safer. However, that is... View Article
Waspy’s salutes and honors all of our Veterans.
Fall is the season to enjoy colorful leaves, smell delicious pumpkin pie, and the start of the holiday season. Yet, for drivers, fall is also the season that brings a lot of risks on the road. So how do you stay safe on the road this fall? We’ve prepared a list of fall driving safety tips so you can stay safe on the road during the season. Watch out for animals. Fall is the deer mating season, therefore they are... View Article
Waspy’s Audubon Grab and Go Kitchen will be open daily from 5 am to 10 pm. Our truck stop, including the convenience store and fuel, will be open 24/7.
Join us at the Audubon IA Ribbon Cutting Event on Tuesday, September 11th. Our guest speakers are Gov. Kim Reynolds and Congressman Steve King. The ceremony will include a public tour of the Blue Grass Inn and Suites.
The Feed Mill Restaurant’s Grand Opening is Tuesday, September 4, 2018. It will be open daily from 8 am to 9 pm.
As many of us get ready for the harvest season, truck drivers have their own worries about the season. While they’re carrying grain, cattle, or any number of things from place to place to aid in harvest, they could break down. As we spoke about in our last article, it’s always best to have an emergency kit already in place. However, we didn’t get into what exactly you should do when you break down. In this article, we will explore... View Article