Harrison House Bed and Breakfast
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Spending a couple of days to see my relatives on my mom's side.
Earl Wall (uncle)
Alice Wall (aunt)
Jimmy Wall (cousin)
Steven Wall (cousin)
Had a very nice lunch and dinner with them. Lots of fun telling old stories.
... the museum, did not begin to scratch the surface. An amazing venture for all ages. So many different exhibits, adventures , and interactive activities. From visiting China starting with an airplane ride there, to dubbing our voices into a cartoon. The dinosphere exhibit was breathtaking. If you are ever in Indy, don't miss this city treasure. On our way home early evening from the museum it began ...
Wow! Early 3:45 am wake up this morning for early flights and a long travel day. Sydney travelled separately and we all had connecting flights in different countries and cities which made for a stressful day but we persevered! I believe the point of these stresses is to make us appreciate the comforts and familiarity of home even more:). Sydney was ...
... and down to earth people in Ohio. I don't think that I had ever seen a Dead show out there. This was the next best thing. Both days we did some Yoga classes and just hung out swimming in the lake and listening to the music. This place was magical. We felt a lot of good energy.
During the first week I got to meet Paul and Antoinette Combs for a day. Paul and I played some golf and then he showed ...
... than 1 1/2 hours away. So glad we decided to stick with our plans, even though the rains this morning were heavier in places and not supposed to let up til afternoon...only problem was, 1/2 hour from the hotel I noticed I never put my tennis shoes on and instead was wearing my dressy Sunday sandals that I wore down to breakfast! Luckily, the path around the serpent mound (at least 1/2 a mile) was paved so things ...