Econo Lodge Williamsburg
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... the Herbert Hoover Library, we are headed for Missouri Valley, IA. Weather has been wonderful, and we are hoping that the weather won't turn ugly as we head West.
Looking for good barbecue as we travel, but haven't found much yet. Basically, there are Cracker Barrel restaurants on the highway along the way. We are seeing lots of retired folks with their RV's ---- hey wait - that's what we are!!! Anyway, passing through pretty country. More later. ...
... Mousse. We even took time to Skype with Zack.
During the day, Mousse did a great job. His potty training is going very well – no accidents today. His leach training is getting better but we have some work to do. Today, Mousse did a bunch of socializing with some fellow campers in the park.
Chuck and Sheila Noel & Mousse
Mousse had his first vet visit today. The vet gave him a clean bill of health. She also answered a number of questions that we had including an estimate of how big he will get. Since his mother is 80 pounds and his father is 100 pounds, the estimate is 90 pounds plus a fudge factor of 10
pounds. While ...
... and Izzie met for the first time. Both were timid. Izzie wanted to touch Mousse but would only try with her feet. If Mousse moved near Izzie, Izzie would head for protection. Izzie is walking now but will walk very fast when near Mousse.
Chuck and Sheila Noel & ...
The toughest part of our 67 mile journey and nearly 3000 feet of climb today was ahead, though, as we approached the area of Coralville Dam. In fact, there were several hills with 10% inclines and even two that checked in at 14%. So rolling into the outskirts of Coralville was especially welcome. After we found our campsite, we then hooked up with Jacki and the girls and rode on over to their house. Another day was done ... and some great pizza was on the menu!