Heritage Inn Amana Colonies Hotel & Suites
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... but it was a good sermon based on John 3:16-17.
After I returned "home" we had breakfast, not exactly breakfast tacos, but still with bacon, eggs, and salsa. After breakfast we made another trip to Walmart for a few items. Yesterday when we were making our way back, we saw a sign for a pizza place so Bob wanted to check it out. The pizza place is called YOUR UNCLE BOB'S. Kind of sticks with you. Then ...
... because all the kids were doing other things and there was a notice that the Dance Competition for that night was cancelled for reasons "beyond our control". It was interesting to visit, just like a mini Ekka.
We drove in to Missouri and spent our first night at a Walmart in their parking lot – known as staying at Camp Wally. It is free and as long as you park away from the entrances and don’t put out your camp chairs etc, you are allowed ...
... and we did a lot of walking, especially in Amana. Middle Amana has Iowa's largest rocker made of walnut. It reminded me of the rocker "Edith Ann" used to sit in. In fact they have a picture of Lilly Tomlin sitting in the chair.
After spending several hours with a German religious sect, we drove over to Kalona, IA which is an Amish/Mennonite community. Bob wanted some more bread. We walked around the small town for a bit viewing the "quilt squares" ...
... except three of the homes I got 6, 8 & 9. Can't tell if we're getting better or worse. I was hoping that we would be able to golf once a week while gone and I would be better by the time we get home, but not sure that is going to happen.
We joined our new friends again last night for snacks, dinner and then the nightly campfire. For dinner we had Walking Tacos. You cut the top off a small bag of Doritos, add the taco meat ...
... Next day, off to visit just 2 of the villages. These were Germans escaping
religious persecution. They came in 4 ships with more following in later
years. They called the non- Germans, the "English". We had lunch at a German restaurant - beautiful place and food. We visited the micro brewery, the weaving mill, beautiful furniture and a good museum. Too much to see and do again, so back we went to the nice RV park and did the washing.