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... past and they were just great...2 were fairly new! We'll see if all is as we remembered.
I probably will not post anything more till we arrive in Laughlin, NV on the 15th. You all stay safe & stay well & we'll "talk" with you later!
M & R
... fallen in love with that rocking chair we had in our room at the farm). There we find THE rocking chair that speaks to us: Take me, Take me! The price is reasonable, given the nice look, good handmade quality and materials (oak and hickory). Then Fiona spots the fitting little wood table that goes along with the chair - and we get in trouble: ...
... in a sleepy little town called Charm (population 80, but lots of people there for this event): a huge grass area is filled with steam engines that drive all sorts of machinery: corn thrusts, sawmill, pumps and others. These are in incredibly good shape! We enjoy hand-pressed lemonade and other foods, the kids go on tractor rides, and we watch an Amish farm ...
In North Canton, Ohio, we visited our sister-in-law (Bev), niece (Theresa) and grand-niece (Lauren). It’s been a few years since we’ve seen them, so it was fun to catch up.
Bev had a sweet dog, Daisy, who had been blind ever since she took over Daisy’s care. The poor dog ...
... the fact it was called ‘Dari Land’.
Wooster is slightly more happening than other places. Went to Broken Rocks Café with was a little swanky for us AND let us order off the menu so had choice of food other than fries/burger although I did have that at lunch.
It’s now 7.30 and I have put on my pyjamas and eating chocolate in bed. ...
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