Extended Stay America - South Bend - Mishawaka - South
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... 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 ...
... We ended up in a quaint little town called New Buffalo, Michigan. It had a beautiful beach, a nice little pier and a park for kids to play at. Annalena was also ready for a stop because she had just slept 6 of the 7 hours we were in the car already. :)
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... on the show, Aminaa and Zaya, before gates opened. They were both beaming after the show ended, so I'm pretty sure they had a great time...haha.
My mom and uncle had ringside seats for the second show and my uncle especially just took it all in. He's seen photos and heard us talk about our experiences here but I think it wasn't until he stepped on the lot that he was able to fully conceptualize what our circus world ...
... done, and it was very different from most of our nights on this trip!
Today was Continental brekky in the Lilac room! Then we packed the car and drove over to the area where our carriage awaited!
It was a 2 horse drawn covered wagon, with a guide who was very nervous as he said he'd not been long on the job
.We went into the one room school, where I felt so sorry for the fellow, as he was bombarded ...