Candlewood Suites Elkhart
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... low in the trough.
The waves broke over where we were and just a little bit of my pants got wet but not to worry - this was fresh water and the pants dried nicely. It was hard to get my head around the notion that water and sand do not mean salt water. It would have been good to come at a time when I could have swum in the water and experienced that activity. Something for the bucket list, maybe.
Back home late afternoon after having a ...
... was an area that was obviously where the tourists went to take buggy rides and browse the shops. It reminded me of Montville on a weekend but in American Amish country. It was interesting to see the horses and buggies going along the road shoulder and cars on the road. We saw so many horses and buggies in a small area in such a short period of time and it was not put on for the tourists. That was just how I wanted to see their community.
... seemed to be flowing more freely our way (east) than the other way. We saw it crawling along and almost stationary at times.
From Chicago we headed north on route 94 towards Michigan City where we turned onto the 20 to South Bend. Quite a lot of road works along the route from near Starved Rock.
Arrived at Madge's house at South bend around what we thought was 5 pm but we had crossed back into Eastern ...
... now and I won't be dragging this trailer through all these large cities. However we found Cleveland to be a really pretty city. It is on Lake Erie and just very slightly elevated so we could see the lake as we drove through. I'm sure the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame here is one of many attractions that draws visitors. Once we get past Chicago we may slow the pace again. The Twin Mills campground where we stopped here in ...
... By the time he finished he was a sweaty dirty mess and needed a shower. So, we left the campground around noon with what we thought would be plenty of time to travel the 30 miles to the church nearby the project Ted wanted to see. The roads were packed and the speed limit kept fluctuating every few miles. Can you say speed trap? We were going 59 in a 45 mile per hour zone "miles back" said the officer. Huh? The police officer asked where ...