Fairfield Inn Muncie
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Indoor pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Swimming pool
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This is my first blog entry. I have never done a blog before, so this will be a nice learning experience. I am super excited to be heading out in about a month. My brother and I just finished our route out there and we are still getting everything all together for the trip. It's coming up ...
... here for I said, "I am going to finish my challenge with the notorious Green Knight." The workers faces turned a bright white.
They all said that I should not go. I told them that I couldn't just walk away, I had to do this because I had agreed. I waited a few days and I decided it was time to leave. They all warned me as I was leaving and when i finally left they locked the door behind me so I couldn't ...
... school, which sadly
enough, is literally crumbling down. It has asbestos in it and they
cannot raise enough money to even have it torn down.
at the hardware store and Mom introduced herself to the current
owners. They have owned it for over 20 years. The original floors are
still there and some other aspects look similar. Mom showed her the
picture of J.W. Dale and Homer and Hal standing in the store over ...
... register us and then one of the "Perms" or permanent residents, who happened to stop in to purchase a couple of sodas, escorted us over to our site. We set up camp in short order as the storm clouds gathered in earnest. The PGA championship golf tournament was being held just south of us in Louisville, Kentucky so we watched it live on TV while we decompressed from the long day ...
So we decided last night that we were going to visit different state parks in the states that we go to (plus we have a lot of spare time) So we went to Mounds State park here in Indiana, and we did a little hiking along the trails, Mounds State Park has some of the oldest earthwork and mounds dating back about 160 BC by the Adena indians (not much known about them). It is said ...