Knights Inn Benton Harbor
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... works out. It was a blast, the class covered 2 and a half days and I learned how to build the rig, balance it, and properly fly it. The projects consisted of scenes of 2 minutes, 3 mins, and 5 mins. I have so much more respect for the people who do Steadicam for a career because it's really tough. If you don't know what a Steadicam is, look it up because it's awesome. I'm sure to learn more within the next week or so, so stay tuned.
... nice, because the building itself is sparsely used on the weekend. Having the place pretty much to ourselves allowed the kids to focus on the displays a little better. There was a great deal more traffic in the library, which could be distracting.
There was a great variety of nativity scenes: from different countries, made from different materials, and different, imaginative scenes envisioning ...
Participants: Dad (44), Isaac (14), Maggie (9), Giles (8), Frances (5), and Esther (2)
I was hoping to take some of the kids to Chicago this weekend, but, due to the extreme cold, we decided against it. So, I stayed local, threw a few of the eaglets into the minivan and went downtown to visit the HealthWorks Kid's Museum. I had never visited before, but Angie used to go ...
... from Madge's place.
The day turned on beautiful weather with a clear sky and a nip in the air. We were able to walk out to the end of the breakwater on the left and the one on the right which has two light sources on it. The waves were breaking on the lighthouse breakwater and the surf rolled into the shore. A person in a kayak was out in the waves enjoying the ride and later two people on stand-up jet skis came and rode the waves jumping high in the air ...
... At 10.00 still foggy as we took Route 20 towards Amish country in Middlebury and Shipshewana. We visited Das Dutchman Essenhaus which is a huge complex where they can feed 1,100 people at once. It is very commercialised and felt like a tourist attraction. There were young Amish ladies working at the bakery and Amish families obviously went there because we saw their horses and buggies at the complex.
Further down the road we stopped at ...