family

Traveling with Mom!

, , , , , , ,

Travel is always a joy, but isn’t it better when you have someone to travel with as well? Over the years I have been blessed to take many trips with my mom, Lori Disque. With COVID-19 and such of course we haven’t been able to hit the road as often as we like as of […]

by
The Pumpkin Harvest

, , , , , , ,

Pumpkin Harvest! Father’s Day every year round about The grandkids come to the farm. Grandpa and Lilly and Cade Plant pumpkins in the garden. It is a tradition! Part of father’s day. They come fall, when the air starts to quicken and the corn starts to turn. They pick pumpkins. This year Lilly was sad […]

by
Finding Faith along the Trail!

, , , , , , , ,

On a hosted visit to Perry County, Keith and I were finding faith in many places along the trail. Trish Erzfeld, Perry County Tourism Director took us to many places. We learned that history of both the Lutheran and Catholic denominations run deep in these gently rolling hills. No matter what your religious background, you […]

by
The Communal Kitchen Museum!

, , , , , , , , , ,

It is hard to imagine living in a group environment. That though is just what they did in the Amana Colonies. The Amana Colonies are seven villages. Located on 26,000 acres the colonies are in east-central Iowa. In these communal villages, the colonists all dined together. They ate food cooked in a communal kitchen. I […]

by
Plan ahead

, , , ,

Okay, so you are traveling in an RV or camping, you have isolation down. Or maybe you plan on driving and staying in hotels so you won’t be taking public transportation. You are limiting your exposure, keeping your social distance. You are ready to travel Post Covid 19! Grab your map, mask and go! Right? […]