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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 ...
This morning we are on our way to Grant County
In the morning we left Indianapolis and made our way to Grant County, which includes Marion,
where I was born, Fairmount, where Mom was born, and Jonesboro, where Dad lived from mid-grade school age through high school before joining the Air Force.
After checking into the hotel we drove to Carol Sue's house. She only
goes by Carol now, but I can't seem to call her just "Carol." She ...
This is a lovely, quiet campground beside the white river. I was the only RV and my section which was next to a side stream. I walk the loop as it began to sprinkle, so I returned to the RV and had supper. A major lightning and thunderstorms began about midnight and lasted till 230. There was a lot of rain with some wind, but it was the lightning that was amazing to watch I opened all the curtains and blinds so that I could watch it in all its ...
... to remind me. Once we were parked, most of the show stationed themselves at Taco Bell for food and wifi.
Beth and Kyle came out again and since Beth had been with us last season when we were in Kokomo, she came in clown to work the midway and make Tom's daughter Aggy smile (Aggy LOVED her last year). They followed us out to the secondary lot so that Beth could get out of makeup and hang out a little bit more.
Tomorrow is Oxford and then a day off! I can't wait!!
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