Days Inn - Williamsburg
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... folks by my post yesterday, sorry. We are still at Coralville Lake. Yesterday we went sight-seeing in all those places. Tomorrow we head for Portage, WI. It will be a longer day than we have driven the last couple of times, since it is a little over 200 miles from here. Hope everyone has a good day tomorrow (or today depending on when you read this). Probably will not blog tomorrow night, but Tuesday will be in ...
... not so strict Amish) – not sure which these were but they arrived in a vehicle driven by a non-Amish which did several trips. They had a boat and tents, eskies and lights and fished and enjoyed themselves.
Day 54. Saturday 18 July 2015
FYI. We have a rough plan where we are going but decide as we go. If someone we meet suggests somewhere we will change our route to see this. We collect brochures and maps as we go and decide, usually in ...
... operational, but no longer makes refrigerators. Not sure what they manufacture there now, but the whole area is very interesting. The villages are connected by a road that runs in a loop. Each village has a religious meeting place and it's own cemetery. Even in death, they are equal since all the head stones are the same and they are not buried in family groups, but buried in chronological order according to the date they are buried. The religious meeting ...
We arrived here on Monday, got some things set up, met some neighbors and were invited to their campfire.
Tuesday we sort of stuck around here, finished sitting up and made a trip to Walmart for some groceries. Also stopped in Bed, Bath & Beyond for some Diet Lemon/Lime syrup for my Soda Stream. This way I could have skinny Sangria again. Later we met our neighbors again for the nightly campfire.
Day 51. Wednesday 15 July 2015
Now in Pella - Dutch town -
or was settled by Dutch who came to USA to escape religious persecution
back in Holland. They are now being outnumbered by the "outsiders". They have certainly kept their culture alive and it is a fascinating place
with lots of windmills, an old village/ museum and lots of history, a
canal and lots of amazing shops including the bakery and meat supplier