Roscoe Hillside Cabins
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... like to be sketched or photographed. Many artists create reproductions of the Amish people without faces in respect of this conviction" (it was on a slip of paper in the shop). I also found the "Original Quilt shop" which has all locally hand crafted patch work products. While I was in there making a purchase, an Amish family came in with a big plastic bag with their hand made products in it which they put in the shop on consignment! I found a couple of nice patchwork table centre ...
... and the surrounding landscape is equally beautiful, just green rolling hills with house dotted. As soon as I left our door and wandered along the road about 50 meters I could hear the clip clop of a horse and buggy plodding along. There is a little lake across the road..... Just a beautiful place. Getting here last night in the dark with barely any lights left us guessing what any of the surrounds were like. We all got ready and left to head to the NFL Hall of ...
... to undress a bit and get some air while we went in a bought a bucket and some wipes, water and some bags. We wiped down the car a bit and Cooper was feeling much better..... All good, back on the road!! Cooper went to sleep, which was good but a bit of a worry how he might wake up. Everyone else donned there head phones and iPads and were set. Until a toilet break was necessary........ We stopped somewhere in Indiana at a gas station where a wonderful ...
Tomorrow is travel day. We leave Dundee, Ohio and head towards Petersburg, Michigan. Our stay here has been more restful and laid back than our previous stops. I am so glad Mike chose this particular area.
The land, with its rolling hills and open fields, has a singular beauty and the unadorned landscape ...
... How about lemurs and baboons, a Spur Turtle and kangaroos.
No, no this is not a zoo. OK, maybe it is with all the camels, zebras and water buffalo with the largest collection of sheep, goats, deer, antelope and elk I've ever see.
But our favorite was the giraffe.
A long day, but we had a blast! Ain't Freedom great?
Bye for now and stay ...