Tuesday morning we ate at Bill's - nice cafe inside of the grocery store. Then we bought groceries for the rest of our breakfasts.
Tuesday, the first day of camp we took sub sandwiches with us and ate lunch outside with lots of people!
The lunch on Wednesday was cooked by the owners (Mary Etherington and Connie Tesene) of Country Threads - Maidrites, fresh sweet corn, fresh tomatoes, and a variety of bars.
On Wednesday night, we ate at Dick's Country Inn (bar and dining room) only open on Wednesdays from 4:30 - 8:30!
It is this red 'shed' on a farm in Haystack, Iowa - little hard to find if you don't know where it is at!
A limited menu - the hamburger steak and the t-bones were expensive. They really wanted you to order chicken or fish (walleye). Potato choices were baked or wedges. Salad bar was nice. The honey rolls were wonderful! Prices were cheap for the quality and quantity of food!
The decor was interesting.
And you had the opportunity to read the history of the place:
Thursday was Sandy's birthday. We had Subway sandwiches, chips, and birthday cake.
Mary Baker, the office manager at Country Threads, used to bake wedding cakes. Sandy's cake was good because Mary Baker baked it! Mary is standing behind Sandy.