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A Bundle of Myrrh

"My beloved is unto me as a bundle of myrrh." Song of Solomon 1:13

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In The Camper – Sioux City, IA

Sunday, November 15th, 2020

September 17: With school scheduled as it is this Fall we have the luxury of getting more camping in. We head up to Stone Park in Sioux City IA, for a couple days as we did last year. This really is the “best of both worlds” kind of camping. Some fun city activities and the isolation the great outdoors has to offer.

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In the Camper – Sioux City, IA Part II

Friday, October 11th, 2019

Oct 4: During our camping trip in Sioux City we had some fun outings. One of the reasons we decided to get a camper wasn’t just to enjoy the outdoors together but also for the opportunity it provides for us to travel. Food and lodging for a family our size gets expensive. A camper helps us take care of both of those a bit easier.

Iowa has some great Nature Centers. We stopped by the Dorothy Pecaut Nature Center a couple times while we were here.

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In the Camper – Sioux City, IA Part I

Friday, October 11th, 2019

Oct. 3-6: We head North to a former stomping ground of ours, no not this campground but the city it’s nestled in, Sioux City IA. We spent 3 days at Stone State Park. When we lived 45 miles from here we used Sioux City for grocery shopping, hitting Target and Hobby Lobby, some doctors visits and the occasional date night. We had no idea back then there was an amazing and old campground here, that there were so many beautiful hills and so much to do for free for families in this city! We really just had no need for these things years ago but now with bigger kids and a camper it’s fun to go back for different reasons. While we were here we did a lot of sight seeing activities, we were real tourists!

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In The Camper- Waubonsie State Park

Monday, October 7th, 2019

Sept 20: We take advantage of the kids having a day off of school and head out in the camper. This time we go over to Iowa to Waubonsie State Park up in the Loess Hills.

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