Coshocton Village Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... of going to. Next year the group meets in Las Cruces, NM which is the area of my very first childhood vacation memories when I was about three or four years old. In 2017 the convention will be held in Massachusetts close to the Vermont border (one of the 9 states I still have yet to visit). I am so looking forward to these trips!
So...we were heading into the heart of Amish Country. As we got closer to ...
... s a barn that has been converted to a pool, and various sporting courts; this took up most of Saturday. I went with them to church on Sunday morning, and received a warm welcome for everyone that I was introduced to. I especially enjoyed listening to the children's choir (which Owen and Piper are a part of) in the service. After a trip to Wendy's for lunch on the way home, I then started ...
... at Tamarack again. Larry and I had a bowl of sausage and been chowder which was delicious. Larry had a piece of cornbread and we shared a bowl of peach praline bread pudding. In the afternoon we watched "The Quiet Man" set in Ireland with John Wayne and Maureen O’Hara. We stopped mid-afternoon in West Virginia at a McDonald’s and we tried the ...
When I got home from church this morning we packed and did some last chores around the house. We left shortly after 1:00 driving north on Rt. 36/3. Our first stop was Derek's house where we dropped off some leftovers that need to be eaten. We visited for a few minutes and set up a meeting next Sunday on our way home to have supper at Derek's.
Then we headed north to Mount Vernon but cut across the south end to Rt. 229 for a bit shorter route, meeting ...
... also being an enthusiastic quilter which was also of interest to Donelle. She was very hospitable and relished the chance to offer us some insights into the lifestyle and some recommendations on what to visit, and was also fascinated with the concept of boiled Christmas puddings that we introduced her to. When we called it a night, headed to our room and turned on the television by sheer circumstance we discovered a new program which suited us perfectly, The ...