Inn Serendipity Farm and B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... and 64 Cuda, The owner Steve was real nice and gave us a tour. Dave P had a lot of questions about working metal and the English wheel. Steve showed us his English wheel and all the modifications he has done to it. It was the same model Dave has. Steve also gave Dave some pointers on shaping metal. Great find! today was a 208 mile day with only one U-turn. Slow day! I also started out hot and then as we drove north it cooled off. Good day. Steve can I mention ...
More later as internet connections not too good. Pictures won't upload yet so stay tuned. . .
After packing the coach Friday and Saturday, we hitched up the Escape and headed west. I have included a picture taken by my friend Jim Tschantz. I can't say I don’t do windows any more. It was an uneventful trip through Grand Rapids, past Holland and Benton Harbor into Indiana. Being Sunday, traffic was light and road construction ...
... they had a STRICT policy of no outside food or beverages allowed what so ever or you would be asked to leave immediately. Well, this could be complicated as we have a vehicle full of food and drink (:
When the gatekeeper arrived, we figured we would commit to buying food and drink at the concessions and hope that was enough to let us in.
It turned out entry was not an issue as the gatekeeper was thrilled to have folks all the way ...
... we jumped into a taxi. We headed to Millennium Park and walked around it. There was so many awesome things, especially a massive big open stage/ performing centre, water fountains and a statue of Abraham Lincoln. We then checked out Magnificent mile (a mile of shops?!) and we also checked out Water tower plaza. By about 3o'clock we were ready to head "home" (to the RV), and ...
... shops and banks that are selling tickets for the show. The town was still a bit sleepy, so we didn't encounter that many folks who were ready to say good morning to a clown, but we did meet a woman on the sidewalk who told us she'd just moved there a week and a half ago and was utterly delighted to meet a real circus clown. Aw.
The bulk of the morning was spent outside of the restaurant, Goodtimes, owned by a ...