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... creeped us out a bit because there weren’t any lights anywhere.
Anyway, the Rushville show was at a fairground lot also, we were finally on grass, and there was a Goodwill store walkable from the lot. All in all, a pretty perfect arrangement. There are houses bordering the fairgrounds and I kept wandering what it would be like to step out on your back porch and see tigers not 50 feet away from you.
John and I walked up to ...
... our detergent, just in case).
John's friend, Adam, lives in Columbus and drove out to the laundromat to visit with us. He and John had a chance to catch up while we did laundry and then he offered to take us out for lunch. We went to this amazing little restaurant/ice cream parlor in downtown Charlestown (it started with a "Z", I don't remember the name though). I ordered a red raspberry Coke and a grilled cheese ...
... bumpy highway, huge potholes which gave my dishes a good test. Only lost one wine glass so I guess I packed things pretty well. I stopped at one rest stop which was also falling apart. Headed through the center of Indianapolis and then south on I-65 for forty miles. Made it to the Columbus Woods-N-Waters Campground by 5:15 pm EDT, a total of 430 miles on the road. Checked ...
It's been slightly sprinkling as we traveled across 252 to 31. We stopped 9:15 a.m. at Edinburg / Taylorsville and got breakfast at McDonald's before we got on I-65.
We weren't too far down the road when we ran into major traffic congestion. It was around 10:00 a.m. somewhere around Indiana mile marker 46. We couldn't tell if it was road construction or an accident causing the delay.
We are leaving for Europe in nine days! My goal is to try to update this blog throughout our trip, so our friends and family can follow our travels. We have a list of things we want to do and see. I will try to post our itinerary before we depart. ...
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