The Inn at Amish Acres
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... play area in the museum to keep the kids engaged while Lulu and Mark soaked in the museum's displays.
We learned at the Menno-Hof not to take pictures of the locals so we didn't, but there is always Google Images here to get an idea.
... couldn't raise enough oomph to go then. So today we made the effort to go to the Indiana community which is approx 20 miles from the hotel we stayed at, in a little town called Nappanee.
We paid an entry fee so that we could go on a guided tour of part of the original house. Apart from the clothing, it was a tad disconcerting to find the old wash tub, and manual wringer. I remember Mum using these when I was about 5 or ...
... 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. ...
... so much when I had to change trains at Grand Central Station on NY.
So, with that said, I simply had to visit the New York Central Railroad Museum in Elkhart.
The Museum was founded in 1987 and preserves both the local and national railroad heritage. Elkhart is a natural home for the museum; its railyard is among America's largest. You start out ...
... was making films for them.
I thought an RV museum would be lame, but I was impressed with the history and examples of how the industry has changed over the years.
So, maybe it was lame, but hey, it was more interesting than the world's largest ball so string.
Bye for now and stay well.