Some of the stuff we did this summer, I've talked about in separate blog entries. This, as Paul Harvey used to say, is the rest of the story.
|This must be where Big Foot is buried.|
|Located in Hutchinson, Kansas, this may be the largest grain elevator in the US|
|Dinah with Maxine at the Hallmark Visitor Center in Kansas City, MO|
We stopped near Milwaukee to celebrate the 50th wedding anniversary of Dinah's grade school friend Linda, and her husband Warner, Schafer. The pictures Dinah took of the Schafers were lost when Noodle, the dog, chewed her camera's memory chip.
|Anniversary pillow from Dinah's Quilts & Embroideries|
|Ellen,Steve,Anne, and Bob Gardiner|
|Keira, Bob, Ellen, and Dinah on Bob & Ellen's sailboat|
|Martha & Mike Sherman|
|WW II Submarine at the Wisconsin Maritime Museum|
|A visitor tries on a King Tut mask at the Science Museum of Minnesota|
|The cockpit of a DC-3 at the Fargo Air Museum|
|The Corn Palace in Mitchell, SD|
|A mural made of corn on the cob specially grown in multiple colors.|
|These wild turkeys strolled through our campground in Rapid City, SD|
|This turkey was on display at the Central States Fair|
Next stop, Escapade! On to Gillette, Wyoming!