Hampton Inn & Suites Crawfordsville
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Fantastic day. Spent the day working on the farm. Roscoe was given the job of looking for metal with the big magnet, to earn a buck. Cousin Jennifer helped with this and I think should have taken her cut. Gwen was busy in the sandbox, while Karl cleared out the old chicken coop. Everyone else cleared some old fencing and trees. Afterwards we all came inside to have Gwen's pre-birthday Birthday Party with cake, ice cream, presents and Frozen ...
Roscoe and Gwen had a wonderful thanksgiving at Grandpa Marty and GG's farm with lots of family. Even some surprises, Lisa, Ed and family from Massachusetts drive out to join the party. Roscoe ate turkey and Gwen stuffed herself with cranberry sauce. Gobble ...
Reports are that Roscoe and Gwen are having a blast on Grandpa Marty's farm in Indiana. Roscoe build and painted a bird house. Gwen I'm sure has gotten into something she shouldn't, and enjoyed every moment until she got caught! Kids played outside for awhile in the snow. So glad we packed the snow pants and ...
... of virgin hardwood forests in the state of Indiana, never been logged! Of course, with such a high canopy there's not much wildlife, but the vistas overlooking the river and the solitude of the trail was well worth the price of admission -- only $5 to get into the Park.
As we prepared ourselves for this wild woods venture Caryn 'hovers' over the trunk to gather her necessary gear for survival in the wild forest--bug spray, poison ivy ...
... left, we all ended up talking for quite a while as it rained outside.
After getting a ride back to the lot with those guys, we walked back up to the library for some free wifi and a chance to peruse their book sale. I found The Poisonwood Bible by Barbara Kingsolver, which I've wanted to read since finishing Prodigal Summer. I’ve been told for a while now that I would love her writing so I’m finally reading her and of course, I’m loving every word ...