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... efforts, we were overwhelmed by an abundance of circus lovers and we had a fantastic day here!
As I posted on my Facebook page that evening:
It's strange being a part of something that people wrongfully protest and it's deliciously victorious when their obscene protests do nothing (not even a dent) to turn people away from our gates. Hartville, Ohio: you ARE a circus town through and through. Thank you for a beautiful day!
... is owned and operated by the local Amish families. It's not just for the tourists, locals eat there as well, including Amish families.
On the surface, it seems their life style is far less hectic or stressful than ours. But you never know what is just under the surface.
Bye for now and stay ...
... by horseback, it was awesome!
We finally arrived at The Farm at Walnut Creek in Sugar Creek, OHIO. It is an actual working farm with Jersey dairy cows, Percheron horses for field work, as well as the Standardbreds that pull their transportation buggies.
Every corner of the farm was active with all the daily routines of a large family farm. There are pigs, ducks, ...
... short, grey-haired, old lady giving it right back to him, but he retreated into the house and closed up everything. This morning they were gone.
Sad situation, especially for the kids.
Now on to Today's events. Mike was making sure our RV tires were at the proper pressure. What a good do-bee. One of the valve stem needles stayed depressed and unless you put the valve cap on, the ...
The morning routine, getting the RV ready to hit the road, went off without a hitch. Well, technically, there is a hitch, on the tow dolly, but never mind that. Each time we put the car on or off the dolly, it gets easier. Practice...etc. We wanted to get an earlier start than usual because the forecast was for severe thunderstorms and high winds. Traveling through heavy rain ...
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