Holiday Inn Express Mishawaka
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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 ...
... Geez, what did we do before smart phones? We were only a block away, and quickly found where to go. There were several families there waiting. Including some grand parents with their grand kids, anxious for an adventure despite the middle of the night departure. We were called first because we reserved a sleeper car. They hustled us up the steps to the second level, room 6. Room 6 was made up into beds for us. ...
... freight house complex, this portion of which was built in 1906.
Did I mention the engine model built out of over 400,000 toothpicks? Yes, Toothpicks!
And as far as the "Do Not Hump" sign, it is an actual railroad reference. If you want to know what it really means, and not what we all thought at first, Google it!
The museum continues ...
... on display. From the 1915 Model T with Telescoping Compartments to the Fleetwood Bounder prototype. The variety of styles, size and materials was pretty impressive. They even had the "1931 Chevy Housecar" that Paramount Pictures had built especially for Mae West, to travel back and forth between her home or hotel and the movie set ...
... 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 ...
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