Miss Izzybelle’s Travel Journal Continues…

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Izzybelle is not at all sure she enjoyed her trip to Cascade Caverns… there was a scary dinosaur and the cave was dark!  Since she isn’t very old, I suppose it’s not all that surprising that she felt that way.  I’m older and bigger, so I loved the cavern!  Izzybelle preferred the four missions we visited in the afternoon.  She said that she felt right at home there.

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Lunch break 🙂

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… and now it is time for Izzybelle to head off to bed.  Tomorrow will be another busy day!

 

 

 

~ by paulawalton on July 19, 2014.

4 Responses to “Miss Izzybelle’s Travel Journal Continues…”

  1. Hi Paula and Izzybelle, this little dollie is very well traveled for so young, and appears to be well spoken as well. I love the idea of a travel doll. I’ve
    done that with 2 of my wooden Hitty dolls. They’ve been to Florida twice, MA and NY a time or two. They’ve even been to a Regional Doll Convention in NH for the Granite State Doll Club and I always get pictures of where they’ve been. It was so special to see and be at the same Regional Dinner Table with the maker of both carved dolls, Judy Brown from Virginia. With all the dolls she has carved she remembers my doll as one of them was a special order carved in birch.
    Paula it looks like you, Brian and little Izzybelle are having a fine time in the big state of Texas. Can’t wait to see photos of your table and other convention pictures. Enjoy, Enjoy, Enjoy!!! ❤ Fondly, Mary Goddard.

    • Hi Mary,
      Hittys would make wonderful dolls to travel with. They are the perfect size for it. I have seen quite a few Hittys here at the convention.

      I’ll have to get sales table photos from Brian. It was pretty hectic there yesterday and I didn’t get a chance to take any myself, so thank goodness for Brian’s phone 🙂

      I’m going to take one last look around this morning , before we pack up and move on to Fredericksburg.

      Hugs,
      Paula

  2. Very beautiful old mission. Did you repel down the rope to get inside the cavern? Dark and scary!

  3. No, thankfully there are steps, 120 of them to be exact. When the cavern first open as a tourist attraction in the 1930’s they did lower people down a very steep vertical drop through a hole in the ground using 1/2 of a metal drum and a block and tackle!

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