Arrowwood Resort and Conference Center
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... took Izzie over to the pool for a swim. Mom and Dad bought her a little inflatable so she enjoyed sitting in the water and splashing about. When we got back, Dave made an excellent dinner. Dave is quite a good cook. By the time dinner was over, Izzie was ready for bed so the kids headed back to the condo. About this time, the hockey game started. I love it when the stars align and the Black Hawks win.
Chuck and Sheila ...
... it worked. Izzie went back to sleep and woke up at 7:30. She was a perfect angel during the night. She woke up with a smile on her face. Izzie had a great breakfast of formula, raspberries, and bananas. After breakfast we took Izzie for a walk around the condo. We stopped at the swing for a couple of minutes.
We met up with Lisa and Dave at about 10:00am. Again, it was a perfect night with Izzie.
Chuck and Sheila Noel
... Broil and Lisa and Sheila had hamburgers over the fire. We had oven fried potatoes and fresh pineapple. Dessert was a chocolate cake in a coffee cup - a camping specialty of Sheila.
By the end of dinner, Izzie was getting tired so the kids headed back to their condo.
Chuck and Sheila Noel
... a few minutes, it was Grandma that has the knack of laying Izzie down and putting her to sleep. So while Sheila took care of Izzie, I took a nap as well.
We finished the day with dinner at a local restaurant. Izzie is very close to walking on her own so it was fun walking with her in the restaurant.
Chuck and Sheila Noel ...
Sounds like a strange title for the day but here you go. We left Oelwein, Iowa today heading for Spirit Lake, Iowa to meet up with Lisa, Dave, and Izzie. On the drive, we reached the town of Britt, Iowa - home of the National Hobo Convention and Museum. We googled the word "Hobo" and the definition is a person who travels from place to place in search of a job. So the Hobo is unlike a "Tramp" because the tramp is just traveling and not interested in working. ...