Monday, November 12, 2007

Road Trip Part 2

I'd like to start this post with some entertainment. So, here is my first video.




Ha woo woo woo! That was sooo fun! I found something in the grass so thought I would roll in it! Luckily, for the humans, it wasn't stinky.

Anyway, back to my road trip with mom and dad. After we left the pretty Danish Windmill, we headed further east, and then south. The first thing we came upon was this.......





Yep, Summit was correct, we went to see the Bridges of Madison County! We only had time to see two of the bridges, due to camera battery issues (it died too soon) and it was getting dark outside. But here are some photos of us at the Roseman Bridge, which is also in the video above.



In these pictures I am down by the river that goes under the bridge. There were lots of good smells there, and this really big tree limb! Here I am up on the bridge with mom. After that, look what happened! I found some other people who were there to see the bridge!

They couldn't resist my tummy! I mean, it is very fluffy and just begs to be rubbed!

Here I am trotting across the little footbridge that goes to the gift shop at the Roseman Bridge. I was looking at the little stream that goes under it. I really wanted to get in the water, but dad wouldn't let me. Mom did let me sneak a drink though.

When we left the Roseman Bridge, we went to the town of Winterset, (which is also John Wayne's birthplace ) and visited the Cutler-Donahoe Bridge. Here I am enjoying the car ride there.



This is the sign that hangs above the bridge. Boy these bridges are old!



It reminded me a lot of the first bridge, only this one didn't have any water under it. Right after my scent roll from the first video, I decided I'd go check it out.



Here we are, I wonder what this one looks like inside?



Now I'm finally inside and walking through the bridge. It was pretty cool!

Well, that's all for today. My tale (tail?) continues tomorrow with more pictures of our road trip. AND, I found something that might be of interest to my friends the Ao4!

So, stay tuned till tomorrow for more fun and adventures!

Hollybollybananaboo
(dragging out this suspense stuff is fun)

8 comments:

Joe Stains said...

Mom read that book about that bridge and it made her CRY! stupid bridges and stupid humans!

The Army of Four said...

Wooo! Holly, what a cool road trip! I can't wait for more!
Please check the post Storm put up Tuesday to see what I did right after our Giant Walk! Woo.
Luv,
Dave

Khyra The Siberian Husky said...

You must have had such fun!

But woo know, you should teach your hu-dad to use the khamera thing so we khan see pikhs of woo and your hu-mom!

Ah yes - tummy - rubs - GOOD!

Wuv and Wub,

Khyra

Steve, Kat, & Wilbur said...

Wow! What a great road trip! Did you spend the night in a hotel? We are excited to do that on our road trip to Seattle. Mom was all stressed out yesterday because every where she called wouldn't allow pets, but she finally found some places for us to stay along the way.

Steve and Kat

Summit the Super Mal said...

I knewooo IT!! Those bridges are pretty neat and it looks like woo had a lot of fun with your hu-parents in Elkhorn and Madison County. Can you still smell horse hooves in the wood? I know you like to find stuff to roll in cuz you did that after our walk too. It's nice that you didn't find anything too smelly cuz that would have been a long ride home for the bi-ped noses! And, of course, I'm glad you stayed away from the corn fields!
Next time woo take a road trip this way, give me a woof.
Summi

Lorenza said...

Hi, Holly
Yes, I am completelly convinced you had fun there!
I like your videos! But I want to know what happened to you in the last picture??
You look possesed!
Have a good night
Lorenza

Marvin - Braveheart Hound said...

I am lovin your adventures, more please!

Marvin - Braveheart Hound said...

and Jeannie says the book was very sad but good, hoooomans, I will never understand them!