Inn at Rainbow Hills
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... fact I never knew. Washington lost a battle? Unfortunately, this also sparked the expansion of the French and Indian War. In 1755, Washington returns to the Ohio Frontier as a volunteer aide for General Braddock. During one battle between the French and British, Washington proved he was a man of courage and great leadership. He was later given a promotion and the command of the entire military forces of Virginia. I can remember learning about his supposed escapade ...
... A symbol for honor and glory to god. We have a great overview over the forest rolling hills of Ohio, and spend a moment of peaceful silence to remember and think about our loved one's.
Finally we hit the freeway onto our remaining 6h ride to St. Louis in Missouri, after crossing through Indiana and Illinois. In ...
... the morning, Fiona and Robin bond quickly with the farmer's 4 kids, 2 boys and 2 girls in our kid's age. The Amish host family is really friendly and forthcoming. Their kids take out the horses, and do buggy rides around the farm with all of us. It's fun to see them all on their trampoline as well, while we have some chats with the Amish host named Samuel. We learn ...
Yes, there is and international group that gathers annually to talk about everything Coleman. I'm surprised everyone doesn't know this, not. My husband Jim and I have been part of the club since 2013. This was our second time attending the international club festivities. Last years convention was in Charlotte, MI.
The biggest bonus of belonging to such a group is that we get to travel to places I've never ...
... Pennsylvania and Ohio.
The drive was fairly uneventful, and my navigating skills proved to get us to out destination without any random detours - yay! We did end up in a storm where the rain was so heavy that we could barely see the road, but luckily, these tended to be short sharp showers.
For the rest of this week, we will have similarly long drives until we reach the Rushmore ...