We picked up an Iowa magazine when we came into Iowa at the tourist bureau and after looking at it we noticed a town that once a year had a tulip festival. Of course it wasn’t the time of year for it but the article also mentioned that the town was Dutch and of course it had windmills. We called ahead and booked us a room, and when we arrived we checked into our room and then drove around town and discovered this was a beautiful town and all the buildings have a Dutch look about them. We went to a Baptist church down town it felt good to go and worship with other believers of Christ, it revived us for it seemed like it had been forever since we had been to church even though it had only been a week. After church it was time to eat and we spotted a Mexican food restraint, we haven’t had Mexican food in a while so we decided to eat there. It was good but nothing like what we have back home, after eating we saw a little ice cream shop across the street so we decided to get us one. I ordered a blueberry shake and Charlotte saw a shake that had Dutch letters in it so she asked what is a Dutch letter, it is a pastry in the shape of an S that has almond paste in it so she ordered her one of those and loved it. Here or some pictures of the town Charlotte got trigger happy here and took over 100 pictures, and no I will not post all of the pictures, but I will break it down into segments and post some of them separately.