Extended Stay America - Indianapolis - North - Carmel
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Spend 3 days with the Malbone's. What a great time! They are just the sweetest couple with the cutest kids! Eric is the Tart Master as he is the artist that made my Tarts, and Clare, I didn't know much at all. Busy with kids and work leaves little ...
Stayed at Sara's house on Thursday the 13th and met her awesome family. For a couple of people that say they are introverts, we sure can talk when it's just us. LOL It's funny just how many of us I'm meeting. We are good with one or two people which is just how I like it. Groups are scary.
Sara made these amazing pork ...
My plans to visit Ellen and Luke was that I didn't want to do anything
except, be with David, Emily and little Lucy. I didn't want to go
anywhere, see anybody or do anything. Just play and be with the
g'kids. Ellen wanted me to make Mexican casserole and some apricot
bars. I did bring up the Ranch Style beans to make the casserole, other
than that, Ellen had all the ingredients. I went ahead and made a
double batch of Mexican casserole ...
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Enjoyed a full day of hiking Acadia National Park. First, we hiked to Gorham Mountain which is 585 feet above sea level. Even though it did not sound like a rigorous hike, it was. The trail is marked by blue paint hash marks or cairns (stone markers). It was slow going because of the steep stone paths. We took the Ocean Path back to the car totaling around 3 - 4 miles? Enjoyed the view from the top of ...