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... Hold ups galore adds to the time, so we tried to bypass one long queue of trucks and cars by going miles into and around the countryside which is very picturesque. we were taken with the lovely flower boxes everywhere, plus the hanging pots along town streets.
This hotel is lovely, clean and pretty quiet with just the occasional jet flying overhead.
Tomorrow we venture into Ontario, so must have our passports at the ...
... waves and starts running as the train begins to roll away. Owen picks up speed as we do too, until he is out of room to run. I love that little boy so much. Aaron tells me to have a good trip and that he loves me, and I know he does. Luke and I tried to settle in as best we could. The sheets were clean and smell fresh. Luke buckled the cargo net up top, to keep himself from rolling off the top bunk. ...
... a 1915 passenger coach that leads you through a timeline of the local and national railroad history.
There was much to see, including a 1937 streamlined observation car and a 1914 passenger coach filled with exhibits on the early history of New York Central Railroad. At the end of the coach is the main exhibit area and gallery, located in the New ...
... 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.
... We did restrain ourselves from the bakery items. As usual- good food. Are we eating a lot on this trip??????? Next stop was Shipshewana which is famous for it's ginormous Amish Flea Market. Came across a campsite sign that we both thought was perfect. Tomorrow Heading to Lake Kegonsa State Park, near Madison, WI for 2 days . Life is ...
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