Red Carpet Inn Oskaloosa
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... Pass out! Long Day!
Day 2 in Pella,
Step One. Spend an obscene amount of money at Walmart getting all the necessities that we could not bring from home. My God! The little things like silverware, cups, sheets, etc... Really add up.
Step Two. Fix many things that I did not know needing fixing. Pretty much took all day, but it is to be expected.
Step Three.. Take in the local Flavor of Iowa. So what do Iowans ...
... pickles and American cheese for me. So good! As we both said after. Jordan had a b.l.t. And dad got a pulled pork sandwich. For dessert Emma and I got a slice of banana cream pie to share. Dad and Jordan got a strawberry pie slice and a peach pie slice to share. We were stuffed after words! Talk about a good lunch! - ...
... Americans. I think it’s typical of many immigrants of the early history here in America. I wish we had more immigrants like that today. I know we have a few, but they seem to be few and far between.
Our next stop today was to Winterset, IA the birth place of Marion Morrison, now the Museum of John Wayne. This was an unexpected stop, but the Corn Crib owner said this was a must stop. The visitor’s center/gift shop had ...
This was an instance of the accidental tourist. It was nearly noon and we were
driving thru the Iowa
farm country. There are no turnpike type rest areas so we exited at the next town
to find a place to stop and fix lunch. It was like we took the exit to the Netherlands.
This was a beautiful manicured community of tulips and windmills. Old historic
buildings with pristine glass windows. No doubt those beautiful impact windows
came from the Pella ...
Marilyn & Bob suggested we pay a visit to Pella, IA where there are a number of interesting things to see. We visited the Heritage Museum, which had a Civil War exhibit that was quite interesting and contained some tragic stories about what happened to some of the Iowa recruits. We also went to a Lacery, to look at the Dutch made laces. We had lunch at Jimmy ...