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... with only about 500 motorhomes in attendance. We have had a good time attending seminars and looking at all the vendor booths. The only problem has been the weather. On Wednesday it started raining and over three and one half inches fell. The water was so high around our motorhome that if we wanted to go out we had to wade through a ...
... there. Traffic was pretty light here and at least we were moving. Then I realized the street name had changed. Bryn Mawr Dr. had crossed the highway and we were on the wrong side. We took a turn at the next light hoping to get to the other side but it was a parking lot. We were directly across from the True Value building. It was a good place to get some pics.
I found our way to the other side and we pulled right up to the building. It looks to ...
... to be seated. The dining room is huge and quite busy. All the servers are dressed in the Amish style. Our server brought out some homemade bread and pointed to the jars of apple and peanut butters on the table. Well I must say Amish peanut butter is mighty tasty. It is made with marshmallow creme and kind tastes like a fluffernutter. The apple butter was very tasty as well. Our drinks were constantly refilled. (although they put ice cubes in ...
After a wonderful summer spent east of the Mississippi, we are finally heading west. Everything is crammed into a 5x8 trailer, our spirits are high, and we raring to go! Our guardians for the trip are Voltron, Defender of the Universe, and a Pink Unicorn/Pegasus. And of course, MAZYWANKENOBI. So much gratitude to everyone who we visited during this enchanted summer. The love and encouragement you've given us has been sustenance to two weary travelers. Thank you so ...
We arrived Friday afternoon only to find out that our friend Jim was still in the hospital. He had an intenstinal infection and should be out on Saturday. We visited with Marilyn then went to hospital to visit with Jim. Saturday, Marilyn went to break Jim out of the hospital and as would be the case for most hospitals on a holiday they were short staffed. By the time they checked out it was mid afternoon. Terry puttered around his workshop and worked ...
How has this b&b rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed