Courtyard Fort Wayne
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... things along the way.
We will be visiting a few friends and family along the way (my mums cousin, Bonnie lives in Santa Clarita, CA....a friend of a friend lives in Silicone Valley so offered to show us San Fran...meeting up with Chayce and Max in Las Vegas)
Once we see everything we can we will most likely be heading back to Vail, CO for a ski season, however this is very dependent on jobs and finding accommodation ...
... have some statues and forts you can walk to that explain some of the history of Fort Wayne. We saw the forts, Chief Little Turtle (Darren thought I was making his name up!!) and some turtles.
It was pretty muggy out but was still a nice walk around....they also have a skate park so maybe we will borrow a skateboard so he can go see if he ...
... crazy low price! It was fun to see it again...see picture.
Afterwards we had heard about how every Thursday in the summer they were encouraging people to come to Downtown Fort Wayne - i guess it was so popular as new areas of Fort Wayne have developed. So they have about 10 food trucks, free music and just a real nice atmosphere.
I knew the lady that owned 'Who cut the cheese' so thought we'd say hi and try them...they were ...
... so he could get some better pictures. We just walked back around our favourite animals and also went on a ride which was basically a ski lift that you can jump on and get a good view of the Africa area.
On the way out we stopped in the Farm section where you can feed the goats milk…mum am I correct in thinking this is the place I have a funny memory of when I was younger? If so I really don’t see how I can be blamed…if you give a me ...
... to pull their beer crates and children around and they are pretty sought after in the UK. Anyway....we loved it and thought it would be kinda cool and was only $5 so got it! It said that the mini ones were first sold at the world's fair in 1933 (chicago i believe).
After our exciting little purchase, we made our way to the neigbouring building that was a coffee shop that sold loads of coffees and teas and some Amish food. Darren had a ...