Travel Blogs from Shipshewana
... of the Mennonites , Amish, and Huddites. I never really understood the difference between them and we found the museum so interesting that we almost forgot lunch. We did manage to stop at the Blue Gate Amish restaurant and enjoyed the food and brought much of it home with us. On the way back we stopped at Walmart to replenish our water supply and found they had a very unique parking lot. Walmart takes care of all of their ...
... in the freezer. We stopped in Utica IL for two nights and experienced a severe thunderstorm on Sun night. We survived that and on Mon drove to Nappanee IN where we still are. Mon afternoon they started broadcasting a severe weather watch for this area. They predicted heavy rain and high winds so we prepared for the worst or so we thought. At 12:30 am my phone sounded an alert for possible ...
... We had finished the Graham Nash audio book awhile back (16 CDs!) in South Dakota and we were now into "High Country" by Nevada Barr. Paul wasn't crazy about it, but he tolerated it through the slow parts. I like Barr's writing. She's got the voice of a mystery writer - a bit of the hard-boiled, tough-guy approach. Our goal for driving was to get to Howe, Indiana.
I was thinking we would be driving through ...
... But we still had the full on search for dog food to complete. This time we called ahead and SCORE! Disaster averted, dog food has been purchased. Back to Shipshewana. We had lunch at Essenhaus, good sides but the meats were so-so. There were some shops there too. It started raining after lunch so we headed back to the campground for a nap (we are wild ones - I'd invite u guys to come with us but I doubt u could keep up). After the nap and the rain we headed back into ...
I did some RV park today, as well as some computer work and reading. I left the Shipshewana Campground and went to the Menno-Hof Mennonite Amish Visitor Center where the story of the Amish and Mennonite was told in a multimedia format with movies, audio, and exhibits. Learned about the anabaptists. The message was condensed but thorough, and covered a lot of time, well, 2000 years. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center