The INN at DePauw & Event Center
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... the day: to be advised
Dawn’s quote of the day: I had a gay time in Oxford Street (Neil)
Brown Labrador (painted the back of the track)
Best sign of the day:
Official timekeepers of impatient girlfriends – an advertising billboard for a jeweller engagement rings.
Report Impaired Drivers
Prison area – do not pick up hitch ...
Good morning we are on the road again. first stop of the day and last stop in Terre Haute the Irishman Covered Bridge built in 1845.It was moved to Fowler Park in 1971 to preserve it. We picked up some Photo Bombers in Effingham at the Corvette Museum. The three pigs Effie, Effel, ...
Took off from Sycamore Lodge at 7:00AM with a destination of Iowa City, Iowa to see Lisa, Dave, and granddaughter Izzie. The drive was uneventful with the exception of I-275 near Cincinnati, OH. There we experienced a 7 mile backup due to bridge work. I had a chance to catch up on my email.
Our plan was to "Boondoggle" on the way to our destination. Boondoggling is where we pull off the road and operate the RV in dry camping ...
... evening. We have our dinner and have plenty of time to take a walk and relax. This is a nice KOA again. Each park has their own unique atmosphere. This one is done up in the 'Wild West' theme. Check out the pictures for some nice fence decorations. They also have two miniature ponies! Out comes the camera (you lucky readers!) and snap goes the pictures. The trees now have their leaves and it is much warmer here. The boys have settled down and we have a relaxing ...
... but not within 4 miles of the car.
There were no detours today but today was probably the worst hiking day due to all the roads and my knee and foot hurting. The end of the trail, 2 miles out from the car and 2 miles back, was well worth the trip. The end may even be a good starting point to camp at and start off from on our next pass thru. I believe we ...