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... Wednesday morning. Leaving is kinda a bummer because it's one of my last times to hang with the Seniors. Other than hanging around, I'll be planning things to do in the 31 hour car ride, which will probably consist of stocking up on podcasts (Ear Biscuits and Movie Fights are some good ones) and creating some killer music playlists.
Update on the Steadicam internship: I took a last second Steadicam class over this J-term at Taylor just to be more prepared if ...
... and regular, and the singing of the Women's Liturgical Choir was uplifting and beautiful. However, the space itself in the church never ceased to draw our attention up and up. I was surprised that my neck didn't hurt after straining to see as much of the walls and the ceiling as I could.
After mass we hit the local Steak 'N Shake. We tried Chili's first, but the line was too long. At Steak ...
... I think the place would have been eerily empty if not for the birthday parties.
Even though we were not participating in a birthday party, my kids got a little hungry after having been there for a couple of hours. They do not allow eating and drinking in the museum, but a docent was very nice to let us have a snack at the coloring table. Next time, though, I will be prepared ...
... but this has changed over the years but football still is god. There is a huge stadium which is just for football and hosts about 6 games a year. Their football season is only about 11 games. Seems such a waste to have a facility so underutilised.
Then we headed for St Joseph's Lighthouse. This was a lighthouse I had hoped I would see but it was so far down the Lower Michigan Peninsula that we did not see it at the beginning of our trip but it was not ...
... Information centre at Shipshewana where there were a number of quilts on display. They also has some quilt block patterns painted on the building. Next door at the Yoder hardware and department store, more blocks were painted on the building. In the car park, next to where the cars were parked, there was a section with hitching rails where about 6 horses and buggies were tied up.
It was fascinating to sit at the picnic table and watch the ...