Glacier Canyon Lodge
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... they have just completed a redo to enlarge the sanctuary.
So after church, I returned to the campground and we headed for The Dells. The first stop was the golf club for brunch. The buffet contained everything you might want for breakfast, lunch, and dessert. We all did what you usually do at a buffet, eat too much, but want to get your money's worth.
After brunch, we went sight seeing while we waited for one couple to ...
... we ate it.
It was a very nice visit with all of them, although it was too short, as usual. The young Joneses didn't want to hang out with the old folks for very long and the older Joneses have two dogs at home they had to get back to, but we talked about lots of things including mom & dad. Thanks to Kris, we even SKYPEd with mom & dad for a bit, even though something happened and we couldn't see them for a bit. I say ...
... but no. It is an individual tour given by one of the owners and it lasted 2 hours!! Bob wasn't sure he wanted to take the tour, but actually the 2 hours went by quickly. The woman who gave the tour had many stories to go along with everything she showed us. They have some very interesting stuff like the official final transcript from the Nuremberg trials. They have a Holocaust Room with lots of very disturbing pictures and ...
... we are going to use disposable dishes (OH THE HORRORS!!). So I had to buy some plates. We already had bowls and cups, but I draw the line at plastic utensils!! We'll just have to be careful when we have to cut something.
Tonight we started looking for a couple of new parks. Since the gov canceled us, it left us with 2 weeks to fill. We looked to extend our stay at Sam Rayburn Lake, but it was not available, so ...
... from that era that is still on it's original foundation. The lady who gave the tour was very knowledgeable, but very windy. The tour lasted about 90 minutes. Bob eventually gave up on it. But he is a trooper and just sat there waiting for me. The house was occupied by a couple who eventually became the grandparents of Juliet Gordon Low, founder of the Girl Scouts. Another place we attempted to visit is the Surgeons House ...