Iowa House Hotel - Ames
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... bacon and cream cheese wrapped pickles, potato hash bake, beans, pies and of course corn on the cob. After full bellies we head out for some clay pigeon shooting. I'm going to say this really quickly so it's like a bandaid. Pete had ten shots, missed ten shots. I had one shot - BAM!!! Smashed that clay pigeon right up!!! We shot a 12 gauge, 9mm handgun and a riffle. I'm glad guns are illegal in Australia. They scared the **** out of me. After the shooting of guns, the guys ...
... see Izzie. She has changed so much in the last month. At dinner, Izzie wanted Grandpa to walk her around the restaurant. She pretty much did her own walking - I held on to one hand. And her smile continues to light up our life's.
Tomorrow we celebrate her first birthday.
Chuck and Sheila Noel ...
We are having some warranty work taken care of on our coach. While we wait, we headed into Des Moines to shop for birthday gifts for Izzie. The coach should have been done by 3pm but apparently the parts won't be in until tomorrow. So we spent most of the day shopping. We got lots of great stuff ...
Left Kearney, NE at 7:00am heading for our overnight stop in Des Moines, Iowa. On the way, we stopped and met our newest family member - Mousse Noel. Mousse is an 11 day old Chocolate Lab that was born in Harlan, Iowa. We had first pick of the litter - first male Chocolate Lab. When we met Mousse for the first time, he had just opened his eyes for the first time to meet us. We will be picking him up when he ...
... of the 20th we take a train to Falkirk (haven't bought tickets yet). June 20 - 27. The Union Canal, between Falkirk and Edinburgh. We've rented a canal boat for the week. They're called "narrowboats" because the canals aren't very wide and the boats have to be able to pass each other. Ours is some 34 feet long and under 8 feet wide. It'll just be Courtenay and me, putzing ourselves along the 30-some mile canal at or below the max speed of 4 MPH. ...