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... play area in the museum to keep the kids engaged while Lulu and Mark soaked in the museum's displays.
We learned at the Menno-Hof not to take pictures of the locals so we didn't, but there is always Google Images here to get an idea.
... couldn't raise enough oomph to go then. So today we made the effort to go to the Indiana community which is approx 20 miles from the hotel we stayed at, in a little town called Nappanee.
We paid an entry fee so that we could go on a guided tour of part of the original house. Apart from the clothing, it was a tad disconcerting to find the old wash tub, and manual wringer. I remember Mum using these when I was about 5 or ...
This morning I'm trying to figure out how to get my leg on to go out to breakfast. There's really no room in this little sleeper car, but I'll figure something out. Breakfast is included. We got to the train station around 1am last night, or at least what I thought was the Alliance Amtrak Station, here it was the bus station! We got a clue we were in the wrong place when the lights were out and the station ...
... the other one's birth
Spending the 21st catching up with my best friend of 20 years and ending the 22nd with dinner with my closest friends and another trip to the airport
By the 23rd I was in Colorado to visit GoAbroad's U.S. Office for literally 48 hours
And now I finally sit back at home in Sturgis again, preparing to move my sister, her husband, and their newest addition to Grand Rapids tomorrow and celebrate my amazing mother's birthday.
... freight house complex, this portion of which was built in 1906.
Did I mention the engine model built out of over 400,000 toothpicks? Yes, Toothpicks!
And as far as the "Do Not Hump" sign, it is an actual railroad reference. If you want to know what it really means, and not what we all thought at first, Google it!
The museum continues ...