Shipshewana Campground & Amish Log Cabin Lodging
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... so our tents were packed as expected. It was also a really humid day so the temperature in the tent rose with every person who entered it. But people made the best of a hot situation and had fun.
My mom's cousin, Cindy, and her daughter, Brittany, were also in attendance for the first show. I was so excited they came because Brittany is really interested in contortion and aerial work so I arranged for her to meet our ...
... done, and it was very different from most of our nights on this trip!
Today was Continental brekky in the Lilac room! Then we packed the car and drove over to the area where our carriage awaited!
It was a 2 horse drawn covered wagon, with a guide who was very nervous as he said he'd not been long on the job
.We went into the one room school, where I felt so sorry for the fellow, as he was bombarded ...
Today was a fairly uneventful day except for one thing:
One of my blog readers, Charles, came to the show and brought me a pan of brownies as a condolence on the loss of my grandma. This unexpected treat brought tears to my eyes and a smile to my face. John and I enjoyed two large pieces of it later that night and reminisced about grandma. Thank you so much, ...
... We visited the "Menno-Hof", a museum dedicated to teach tourists such as us about the three Anabaptist groups here: Mennonites, the Amish and the Hutterites, which is the oldest surviving communal society. The museum was very interesting. Fortunately, it had ...
... 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 ...