Hampton Inn Newcomerstown
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H A P P Y 5th B I R T H D A Y S A M M Y!!!!!! We had a nice casual day today. Our cabin is self contained so we had fruit loops "with fruity shaped marshmallows" in it..... and toast and choccy milk. We all jumped in the rig and drove a couple of minutes to the centre of Berlin. We parked the car and went for a walk up and down the street popping into different shops here and there. It is a little commercial in places with a lot of the quilts and patch work articles "made in ...
We woke up pretty early this morning. What a beautiful place we are staying. It is a log cabin built by the Amish it has its ground floor which is an open plan living area with a kitchen with full size fridge and oven, sink etc, table and chairs, couch, comfy rocker plus another lounge chars. Big flat screen TV and a gas log fire....... There is also a full bathroom on this floor. It has stairs going up to a loft which has two queen beds and stairs that go down to ...
... must carry the footy with you and kick it all over the car park as you go :-) we were very close to losing it on a little verandah roof...... on leaving the United Center we again set the tomtom to take us to our next location, Berlin, Ohio. We had just gotten out of the greater Chicago area, on the verge of some open land and Cooper started to feel sick, although we didn't know what he wanted. We eventually hit the right question "do you feel sick?" and ...
... is owned and operated by the local Amish families. It's not just for the tourists, locals eat there as well, including Amish families.
On the surface, it seems their life style is far less hectic or stressful than ours. But you never know what is just under the surface.
Bye for now and stay ...
... geese, chickens, quail, pheasant, donkeys, mules and swans. Normal farm animals.
Well, we thought that initially, until we came upon what they call, "Alternate Livestock."
They give you a ride through the fields and forests area around the farm. They have some odd animals for an Amish farm. A Peacock, Macaws, blue and gold and scarlet, Cockatoo and Japanese Imperial Koi. Okay, not ...