Best Western Regency Inn
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We woke up an hour late, of course. We had another super comfy bed that was pretty much magnetizing, or so it seemed. All of their rooms were on the ground floor, so we had another easy night. We had continental breakfast, and we were the only ones in the room. It sounds odd, but we loved when the room was empty because we didn't have to deal with …
Fantastic day. Spent the day working on the farm. Roscoe was given the job of looking for metal with the big magnet, to earn a buck. Cousin Jennifer helped with this and I think should have taken her cut. Gwen was busy in the sandbox, while Karl cleared out the old chicken coop. Everyone else cleared some old fencing and trees. Afterwards we all came inside to have Gwen's pre-birthday Birthday Party with cake, ice cream, presents and Frozen ...
Roscoe and Gwen had a wonderful thanksgiving at Grandpa Marty and GG's farm with lots of family. Even some surprises, Lisa, Ed and family from Massachusetts drive out to join the party. Roscoe ate turkey and Gwen stuffed herself with cranberry sauce. Gobble ...
Reports are that Roscoe and Gwen are having a blast on Grandpa Marty's farm in Indiana. Roscoe build and painted a bird house. Gwen I'm sure has gotten into something she shouldn't, and enjoyed every moment until she got caught! Kids played outside for awhile in the snow. So glad we packed the snow pants and ...
... become an tourist ambassador for the state of Indiana. If I ever had to move back towards a northern climate it would be so easy to choose Indiana. The people are friendly and outgoing, the cityscape's and the landscapes capture both family and the individual, and the snow doesn't get too deep. Of course, the latter item has to be the #1 reason why we would never move back to the mid-west, just too much cold and snow. OK, let's move on to see the ...