Baymont Inn & Suites Dowagiac
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... completely. I now have 4 loads to do, it's a small thing but in a
tight space it can eat away at the small amount of room we have. We
use the shower as a storage room since we've actually only used the
shower itself once. We'll use it again if we have to but in the
meantime it keeps the laundry tucked out of sight.
I just thought I'd also mention toll
roads. We went through one in San Fransisco. Literally ...
This is packing day. We've been debating all day (all week even?) whether to take one car (the CR-V) or two (the Prius also). We finally decide we CAN actually fit everything in one car (and on top in carrier). We decide to leave the kitchen ...
... times with friends in the couple weeks before I left. So far in South Haven we have kayaked, walked around downtown, hung out at the beach, eaten good food, shopped, played games, attempted to go bowling and to the movies, watched a sunset, and just talked and goofed around as always. This trip is always a favorite, but I'm super excited to see what other adventures are in store for me in Tanzania.
We spent 2 nights in Middlebury Indiana at a KOA. We were in Amish country with several small villages were in close proximity. Middlebury, Shipshewana and Elkhart were the areas we visited. The areas were surrounded by vast farm land and was beautiful. Beautiful barns too.
We went out to explore these areas and very quickly we were made aware of the Amish when we saw the black buggies pulled by beautiful horses. The highways have ...
... on buying an Entegra when we purchase a new RV. What a quality product! So now how to accomplish that goal. Middlebury IN is in the heart of Amish country. Lots of horse drawn buggies all through the town. A lot of the restaurants and bakeries are Amish owned/run. A testament to the bakery, the cinnamon roll we shared today! Trying to figure out a route to get back home since we leave in the ...