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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 ...
I know we'd been to Amish Acres about 3 weeks ago, but only managed a couple of hours at that time. So I was delighted when Paul booked an overnight package.
Boy i was so hot and humid when we arrived yesterday afternoon, so it wasn't easy to lug our many bags up a flight of stairs to the floor above. I thought OMG it's not got air con, as the hallway had nothing, but whew relief when we got into our spacious room.
I get to see my mom and my uncle tomorrow in Middlebury. A bright spot in the midst of losing my grandma was that my Uncle Ryan (who lives in Aigua, Uruguay with my Aunt Draupadi) flew in for several weeks and will now actually have a chance to see our show. Bittersweet, but it will be really lovely to see him again before heads back home.
... west into Ohio and Indiana, where we are now. We're in Shipshewana, an ironic Indian name given the fact that it had been only ten years before the Amish moved in fleeing persecution in the east, that the Indians moved west, chased from their country.
We drove from Chicago yesterday, along really busy highways, so by the time we got to the hotel in Elkhart, we were pooped. Plus there was a time change putting the clock forward an hour, so we were way past our lunch time too!
So once at the hotel, we found a place that served grilled sandwiches. the first I've had in ages. They're nearly always bread rolls ala Subway style!.
We'd seen the brochures for Amish Acres, ...