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... of the baby Jesus. Most impressive to the kids were the scenes made out of bread dough (Ecuador, "Flying Camels") and Korean paper (Korea, "When the Magpie Sings"). Here is a PDF document describing all of the nativity scenes in detail.
We then attended Vigil Mass at the Basilica of the Sacred Heart. It is amazing that such an incredible work of art is right here in town. The mass itself is ...
... often when she was a young mother of about 4 or 5 kids to meet her other young-mother friends for playdates. And HealthWorks seems to be a very nice place for that. It is a smallish museum, but a good-sized indoor playground and exploratorium.
We ended up staying there for about 2.5 to 3 hours. The place was small enough that I did not feel like I had to keep a wary eye out ...
... from Madge's place.
The day turned on beautiful weather with a clear sky and a nip in the air. We were able to walk out to the end of the breakwater on the left and the one on the right which has two light sources on it. The waves were breaking on the lighthouse breakwater and the surf rolled into the shore. A person in a kayak was out in the waves enjoying the ride and later two people on stand-up jet skis came and rode the waves jumping high in the air ...
... drive into town and go about their Saturday tasks. At the shop, there was one long wall containing bolts of plain coloured fabrics with every shade within the colours of the rainbow. The Amish women mostly wore very conservatively styled dresses of one solid colour but the colours were not muted. They were bright - green, purple, orange, red, blue. I saw one lady wearing floral but it was a muted Liberty style tone.
Further into ...
... a truck stop for Wes to buy a coffee. There were dozens of trucks parked in rows and several more lined up to buy fuel. It was fascinating to watch the trucks roll in and out constantly. The building at the stop housed a food outlet, as well as toilets, showers, laundry and telephones. Wes thinks there may have been a lounge area as well.
Continued on highway 80 which took us past Chicago. The traffic was heavy both ...