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Total miles driven so far is 5550
When we departed the campground in Wisconsin, we had no idea we would end up in a campground in another town called New Lisbon, this time in eastern Indiana on the Ohio border.
518 miles and 11 hours later we pulled off the interstate around 6 PM into a forested campground amidst thunderstorms and rain. The owner met us at the ...
... Road, Richmond, IN.
This is the same KOA as last time, so there really isn't much new to say about the campground. There are more people here than last time.
Tonight we had Grandma's cheese and bean quesadillas for supper and they were delicious. Tomorrow should be a shorter ride because were headed to Cambridge, Ohio.
See you all soon!
... was a lot nicer than the previous one. It had a nice small lake where you could fish and rent paddle boats, and a hiking trail or "nature trail" as they call it. The trail was probably about a mile and a half and was very nice and shady. I would definitely return to this campsite.
... woman told me her son has been talking nonstop about our fire breather on the show…after each act, he was asking his mom when the "fire spitter" would be on. She finally asked me when it was so and I told her she had a bit of a wait since he’s the show closer. She laughingly told me that her son misunderstood the act and thought that HE himself would learn how to “spit fire” too and was a bit disappointed when he found out that he would only be a ...
... creeped us out a bit because there weren’t any lights anywhere.
Anyway, the Rushville show was at a fairground lot also, we were finally on grass, and there was a Goodwill store walkable from the lot. All in all, a pretty perfect arrangement. There are houses bordering the fairgrounds and I kept wandering what it would be like to step out on your back porch and see tigers not 50 feet away from you.
John and I walked up to ...