Wednesday, October 27, 2010

My Trip to Kansas in Pictures

Last Friday John and Noah and I went to Kansas. John went to a conference in Wichita and Noah and I travelled on to Baxter Springs to see my Aunt Carol Jo and my Uncle Henry. On the way, we stopped at something I'd heard about. The largest Prairie Dog in the World! Turned out to be a bit of a zoo, sort of.

Noah feeding the sheep


John kidding around  - :0)


John and Noah with Biggest Prairie Dog and baby


Me and Noah with the Prairie Dogs

In Baxter Springs, we visited with my aunt and uncle and my cousin and his family.


Noah, Henry and Carol Jo at the Rainbow Bridge, the
only remaining Marsh Bridge on Route 66

In Baxter Springs, we visited the #2 national cemetary and looked
at some Civil War soldier's graves.


Uncle Henry went around the cemetary teaching
Noah some history.


Noah, Carol Jo, Me, and Henry


One night we had dinner over at my cousin's house.
Wonderful food and laughter!
My cousin Bert, his daughter Kelsey, Henry,
Bert's wife Lory, Carol Jo and Noah

What a sweet time! :0)

8 comments:

smithsk said...

I love that pose with prairie dogs, doing your prairie dog imitations.

It remimnded me of one of the early scenes in "Ground Hog Dog" when Andie MacDowell did her ground hog imitation.

Cheryl Barker said...

Hey Robbie, you were over in my neck of the woods! Saw on Facebook that you were headed this way but had an incredibly busy weekend so didn't try to "connect" this time. I bet we meet someday, somewhere, though, and won't that be fun?! :)

Kay Day said...

Fun to see the pictures!

Robbie Iobst said...

Susan, I love that movie! :0) I've always had an affection for Prairie Dogs, so this was a hoot.
:0)

Robbie Iobst said...

Cheryl,

Where do you live in Oklahoma? Do you know how far it is from Baxter Springs, Kansas?

Robbie Iobst said...

Thank you Kay Day!

Jim Marr said...

Robbie,

Hey,the calendar is great. I look forward to using it next year.

Speaking of Kansas, I'll be taking a road trip tomorrow to our Church For All Nations campus in Liberal KS, Saaaaaluuuutte!!! Last stop of four campuses on my church book launch tour.

Blessings!
Jim

denise said...

Looks like you had great time! I'd have been askeerd of the Giant Prairie Dog. :)