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Who's ready for an adventure!?! 6am and we're heading for a fun filled day in Chi-town. Grace and I were excited to have our very first train ride! On Lima rd on our way to 69 to get to Waterloo we got the text of a lifetime. "Train delayed. New departure time - 10:45" This after Shaleen had just said ...
... much we’ll miss them too.
Anyway….we headed off around 8:30am to arrive in Plymouth around 10am. We planned to spend half of the day at Joel and Lynn’s then the other half at Tom and Gwen’s. Joel and Lynn had some delicious cinnamon rolls for us for breakfast then we headed to a neigbours farm…he was trying to load some cows onto a trailer and had an accident so had to go to ...
... in the Science! Flash frozen with super cooled liquid nitrogen! This makes the ice crystals much, much tinier than regular ice cream. The result is super smooth ice cream with a texture like velvet. Its out of this world!
... them so we headed over with Tom and Gwen around 5:30 to one of the houses on the lake just a short walk from theirs. Their house was just beautiful with lots of antique/rustic pieces, a cute waterfall and a view to die for! The food was so good and all of the neighbors were super friendly and curious about our plans.
Later on, one of the neighbors offered to take us out on his pontoon (or should I say luxury pontoon!! Leather seats, sound system, ...
... take your test in your own car here too!) when some guy on a motorbike honked at me...Darren had decided to come and surprise me and I almost walked straight past him.
Steve had picked his kids up in the evening so we all watched a movie at night time and got to bed early for the next few days of fun!
Darren and I got packed up and headed off in BIG RED around midday; Steve was driving separately with his kids as they had a few things to do first. ...