Woodridge Inn

Address: 3700 Western Avenue, Connersville, Indiana, 47331, United States | 2 star b&b
 
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This 2 star B&B, located on 3700 Western Avenue, Connersville, is near Whitewater Valley Railroad.
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Travel Blogs from Connersville

Nice weather for ducks-to Richmond on a pedalo!

A travel blog entry by fimonster on Jul 08, 2015

1 comment, 1 photo

I had trouble remembering where we are at the moment. I also had trouble remembering which way out of the lift to turn.

So 75miles and it rained none stop but thats ok as you reach a point when you can't get any more wet and to be honest it was not cold when we were cycling. Only when stopped so had one SAG stop to sign in quickly then continued.

Cycled with Kettie, Ingun, PC and Doug all of the day. 4 people fell off due to rain and railroad tracks but ...

Tamales and Chocolates

A travel blog entry by villadale on Jun 26, 2015

7 photos

6/26 Day 5 Downpour after downpour and rain in between. We are still camped at Deer Ridge in Richmond IN, and took the opportunity to go the 75 miles Indianapolis to go to the Tamale Place. This was on our list of "must do" items since Peg saw it featured on Diners, Drive Ins, and Dives. It was a difficult trip due to the heavy rain and traffic tie ups. We took an hour going one mile, then had another tie up for almost hour. We left the camper with plans to eat at ...

MI to IN

A travel blog entry by villadale on Jun 25, 2015

7 photos

... set up to order the parts and we could pick them up at the factory and then pay the dealer. They gave us contact info and a friendly person set us up. When we got to the factory a very kind worker Marty Yoder looked the situation over and diagnosed that as Matt had that the slide was hanging up on the floor as it came in and up over the floor. He then went into his shop and came out with a small plastic wedge a foot long and high that he fitted under the rug ...

Antietam, Bloodiest Day in American History

A travel blog entry by 4memorieswego on Mar 19, 2015

47 photos

... 110,000 troops clashed. This is still the bloodiest day in American history with 22,717 casualties including 3,654 killed. As a point of perspective, about 2,500 Americans were killed on D-day. Lee lost over 30 percent of his army and had to return across the Potomac. McClellan, fighting to not lose as opposed to win, refused to follow Lee. By November McClellan had been relieved of command. A general who would fight to win had ...

Rocks and Roll

A travel blog entry by mbramer on Nov 11, 2014

1 photo

... here for I said, "I am going to finish my challenge with the notorious Green Knight." The workers faces turned a bright white.
They all said that I should not go. I told them that I couldn't just walk away, I had to do this because I had agreed. I waited a few days and I decided it was time to leave. They all warned me as I was leaving and when i finally left they locked the door behind me so I couldn't ...