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Travel Blogs from Sturgis
... the Amish, but, while somewhat close to Middletown, it was in the opposite direction from where we were heading.
The Amish, and other Anabaptists such as the Mennonites, while initially invited by William Penn to come and live in his new state, ...
... the old wash board. Now used in a lot of skiffle groups!
Unmarried men are clean shaven, but grow a beard once they are engaged in honour of their betrothed.
No Paul didn't do this for me! He already had a beard when I met him!!
The original house was built for the Nappanee area's first Amish settler in 1874. Then as the family grew the house was added onto with the children's bedrooms upstairs. When the ...
Paired with an emergency landing in Seattle on the way home due to a passenger having a stroke and heart attack on board (thank god for doctors on board, the passenger survived), and arriving in Chicago to hear about the Malaysian Airline flight being shot down in Ukraine
To finally making it home and surprising my parents successfully, reuniting with family members and nephews, meeting two nephews for the first time and witnessing one of them being baptized ...
... a 1915 passenger coach that leads you through a timeline of the local and national railroad history.
There was much to see, including a 1937 streamlined observation car and a 1914 passenger coach filled with exhibits on the early history of New York Central Railroad. At the end of the coach is the main exhibit area and gallery, located in the New ...
... with a good portion of the trip to Elkhart
But, you take the good, you take the bad, you take them both and there you have, the facts of life......oh, sorry.
The area now known as Elkhart was mainly inhabited by the Ottawa, Chippewa, and Potawatomi Indian tribes. In 1829, the Village of Pulaski was established, consisting of ...