Worthington Mansion Bed & Breakfast
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... sauces if you'd like. They have 15 sauces ranging from no spice (my kinda sauce), to WALL (made with habanero chilli). Darren decided to try 2 with the WALL sauce and boy did he know about it!!!
He held it together pretty well but his eyes were tearing up and you could almost see beads of sweat forming on his forehead. He says they were nice and he'd have them again but they made his lips feel like they were on fire.
Today we got our plate for the truck in the mail!!! This means we are pretty much good to go whenever.
We also parked up downtown, had some lunch, then walked around a lot. We saw a few different parks which were mostly empty and the grass had seen better days - it's been so humid that most of the yards here are starting to struggle a bit.
Today we didn't have a whole bunch planned except to take Ashley to Debrands to join us on their tour as a little congratulation on no more college!!
We did a few little things like get Darrens watch fixed (at last after months of it being broken!). Next we drove to South Wayne to see the house that Mum and Dad used to live in and also Steve lived there after too. It is up for sale and we kind of joked about buying it as it's ...
Today we were super excited to go spend as much time as possible at the Zoo! Fort Wayne Childrens Zoo is around a 15 minute drive away and is celebrating its 50th year being open. Most schools started back up today too so we figured it wouldn't be nearly as busy (most schools here break up from school in June and have around 2 months off so head back in August).
We arrived just after opening at 9am and sure enough, it wasn’t too ...
... to pull their beer crates and children around and they are pretty sought after in the UK. Anyway....we loved it and thought it would be kinda cool and was only $5 so got it! It said that the mini ones were first sold at the world's fair in 1933 (chicago i believe).
After our exciting little purchase, we made our way to the neigbouring building that was a coffee shop that sold loads of coffees and teas and some Amish food. Darren had a ...