Econo Lodge Rockville
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How do you spell .... having a fantastic time on a day trip? Super Fun, and exhilarating as well. Turkey Run State Park is one of the best state parks within Indiana, and it has so much for everyone to enjoy. We didn't camp, we didn't picnic, we didn't go fishing or swimming, we went on a three mile hike that was phenomenal. There were nine different hiking trails to choose from, we took this one because it provided a walk through one of the ...
... 1812 era. This "Battle of Tippecanoe" played a significant role in how Indiana was trying to gain its statehood in 1811 and thereafter. So, off we went to see the Battlefield of Tippecanoe. Some of the story is written briefly within our picture captions, but otherwise, it's sort of a lengthy and lost segment that not many Americans know of. I invite your interest to check more into this if you have the time. Truthfully, ...
... passed by three of these large crosses along the highway. The one in Texas claimed to be the largest in North America, however, the one in Effingham, Illinois is 10 feet taller and claims to the be tallest in the world. All I know is these crosses can be seen for miles and make an impressive sight along the roadway.
Tomorrow should bring us within a short drive to home.
Tonight we're staying in the Alpha Psi chapter house of Pi Kappa Phi. This place is huge! The whole house houses over 100 brothers and is well over three times the size of the WSU chapter house. Also had a great friendship visit with happiness bag where we had a huge dance party and Keriokie session. We even had the mayor doing the chicken dance with us and the ...
... left, we all ended up talking for quite a while as it rained outside.
After getting a ride back to the lot with those guys, we walked back up to the library for some free wifi and a chance to peruse their book sale. I found The Poisonwood Bible by Barbara Kingsolver, which I've wanted to read since finishing Prodigal Summer. I’ve been told for a while now that I would love her writing so I’m finally reading her and of course, I’m loving every word ...