Arbor Hill Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... July 5Last lunch with old school friends of Jon, Larry and Janie both recovering from back surgery, 45 mins drive from GR, in the countryside. A 50 ac property with very large house and separate guest building/garage, and other sheds and barns. Nice veggie garden and extensive forested area which Janie intrepidly hurtled me round on using a large golf buggy,over fallen branches and hanging bits and pieces! Both so pleased to see Jon. ...
This eclectic museum in the middle of nowhere near South Bend, Indiana focuses on steam powered machines but also includes rail tracks and equipment for a variety of small gauges from 7.5 inch up to 24 inch. Steam powered machines include ...
... re crossing back through part of Indiana as we head to Nebraska and Ben has an exciting revelation. “Holy ****, we’re going through Munster, IN!”
“Uh, oh boy…” I reply with sarcasm.
“Three Floyds is there, I’ve been wanting to go!” he quickly informs me.
“Ohhhh, I see.” Needless to say, we made a quick stop at Three Floyds Brewery for some delicious Gumballhead for camping. ...
This moring as I was gearing up for my trip I discovered that my pack was missing. I'm not sure what went down last night but as I was sleepin someone stole my pack. Good thing that I had decided to take everything out of it last night or else it would have been really bad for me. But since it was just a pack I went over to the store and bought me a new one. then i had ...
... off to learn to ride. This can be boring because people learn one at a time, so volunteer to go early so you can zoom around while others wait. Soon enough we were off in a group of about 8 with 1 guide for our tour. You start on the "black key" which is the beginner level and has safety measure to keep you from going too fast. Unfortunately, these measures did not keep Chris from almost dying immediately and becoming the only person in our group to have ...