Holiday Inn Express Plymouth
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... strutting around, one just sitting on one of the buggies.
Once Paul rejoined me, we took a look round the gift shop and bought ourselves a home made gift for the house.(in OZ).
We could have spent much longer there, but we had a few miles to go to the next destination near Detroit airport.
Because of the bad weather the majority of this country experiences during Winter, the roads all seem to be in some kind ...
... t super difficult occasionally a train coming in the opposite direction would startle me. Sometimes the sway of the car would seem to abruptly change direction which would heighten my awareness, but overall it was a good rest when you consider you are in a moving vehicle. After breakfast we converted my bed into two chairs. Luke headed back up to his bunk and I watched the rest of the train journey thorough the ...
... engines, passenger cars, including a few cabooses, that you can go into. It's really impressive when you stand next to one of these giants and can appreciate the immense size and mass of the engines.
The fact that the museum is directly behind the current Elkhart Station, where trains pulled in and out do during our visit, enhanced our take on the history ...
... Office, mill, and a few houses on the north side of the St. Joseph River. In 1839, the Pulaski Post Office was officially changed to Elkhart. In 1934, the first recreational vehicle factory opened in Elkhart. Similar companies followed suit for the remainder of the decade, and the economy continued to grow until the rationing of materials ...
... About half of the 2200 employees are Amish. The Jayco Company orientated with the brainstorm/dream of an Amish family in their barn. It is now in it's 3rd generation, Next stop was an Amish Cheese factory and we all did justice to the samples. This paid off for the store as we left with a cheese purchase. Stopped for lunch at an Amish ...