The Nappanee Inn
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... By the time he finished he was a sweaty dirty mess and needed a shower. So, we left the campground around noon with what we thought would be plenty of time to travel the 30 miles to the church nearby the project Ted wanted to see. The roads were packed and the speed limit kept fluctuating every few miles. Can you say speed trap? We were going 59 in a 45 mile per hour zone "miles back" said the officer. Huh? The police officer asked where ...
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... us again when we came through Indiana at the end of the summer.
So today was bittersweet.
My mom and my Uncle Ryan (who flew in from Aiguá, Uruguay to be with the family) drove out from Ft. Wayne, Indiana to see the show. Seeing as how there was no way Ryan would have ever seen our show and John perform in person, it was an unexpected sweet moment in the midst of a heavy month for us.
But first...we arrived ...
... one horse and buggy ride, where the elderly driver made us laugh over his take on things.
As we'd already done the house tour 3 weeks ago, we decided to leave but before doing so bought some home made Colby cheese to savour on the last 3 weeks of our Incredible Journey through America.
Tomorrow we return the rental car to Chicago. Then stay just one night in that city, as Monday we board Amtrak to head to Salt Lake ...
I get to see my mom and my uncle tomorrow in Middlebury. A bright spot in the midst of losing my grandma was that my Uncle Ryan (who lives in Aigua, Uruguay with my Aunt Draupadi) flew in for several weeks and will now actually have a chance to see our show. Bittersweet, but it will be really lovely to see him again before heads back home.