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Today we decided to go to Grabill, about 15 minutes drive Northeast. Grabill has a large Amish community (10th largest in the USA according to wikipedia) so I thought it would be cool for Darren to experience it and see if we could go horse and buggy spotting!!
We managed to see a few horse and buggy's on the way in...it was a pretty quiet place so we parked up and walked to 'The country shops of Grabill' which is a huge flea market type store. ...
Since we have been back from Niagara Falls we have been sorting everything out so we are ready to head west so it's probably not super exciting for you all...I'll attempt to keep it short.
We got the title for the truck through earlier in the week so we headed to the BMV to title it and get plates for it which we really thought would be a straight forward job....how wrong we were!
We started at the local Fort Wayne BMV branch and all we had to do ...
... 20 odd bites on his back...but Mr Cortisone over here was bitten but not 1 bite showed up or itched or anything...LUCKY!!
We also took Grandma to DeBrands (fancy chocolates...google it!!) You can sit in and enjoy a sundae with everything made on site...so so good! We shared 2 between the 4 of us and you get a choice of toppings (see picture).
The rest of the time we have just been making the most of the ...
... little chipmunk jumped up into the bin. Chipmunks are seen as pests here so I did get some odd looks as to why I was trying so hard to get a picture. I think it's kind of strange to them that we would pay money to buy one as a pet in the UK. Anyway I still think they're cute so enjoy the picture.
That's all for now...enjoy!
Darren, Christa and BIG RED xxx
... cool outdoors stuff. We found a cool little outdoors store but it was kinda pricey!! We were looking for hiking boots which have proved hard to find here and this store (despite saying on their website that they had them) did not have any! They did have some awesome hammocks (ENO is the brand), kayaks, bikes etc... We left empty handed but may be back at some point as Darren found a cool bracelet he liked, made of bicycle chain links...one of those things ...