"No matter where I roam, there's no place like home."
I started going through photos of our Iowa trips and realized there are too many to use in one blog; so, a few photos and some words about our times together in our home state.
We decided to do long weekend camping trips to the three 'corners' of Iowa we weren't from. In northwest Iowa we've camped at Lewis and Clark State Park near Onawa, visited Stone State Park in Sioux City, visited The Grotto of the Redemption in West Bend, seen The Hausbarn in Manning, climbed the tower in Pilot Knob State Park, walked along the shore at Storm Lake, but somehow missed Orange City which we are talking about visiting this fall.
In northeast Iowa we've been to Mason City, Iowa Falls, the giant tree house in Marshalltown, Decorah, Dubuque, Lansing, Lime Springs.
And to the Hurstville Lime Kilns near Maquoketa (as well as the caves).
East is east and west is west, but home's the place I love the best.