Covered Bridge Motel & Apartments
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... of virgin hardwood forests in the state of Indiana, never been logged! Of course, with such a high canopy there's not much wildlife, but the vistas overlooking the river and the solitude of the trail was well worth the price of admission -- only $5 to get into the Park.
As we prepared ourselves for this wild woods venture Caryn 'hovers' over the trunk to gather her necessary gear for survival in the wild forest--bug spray, poison ivy ...
... years. It is a very nice place. And lucky for us this fall season, we have had some extremely nice weather conditions to just sit around camp, do some day-tripping adventures, and sometimes even sleep in.... at least to 8 am.
In scouting out this particular area, we discovered this to be a mecca for covered bridges and scattered historical places. There are a few Amish communities around, but not in the abundance ...
Another long day of driving eastward toward Maryland found us doing the "drive by shooting" routine. Driving from Kansas to Indiana found us passing through Kansas City and St. Louis. crossing the Missouri River twice and the Mississippi River, passing by the KC Royal's stadium and Gateway Arch in St. Louis and seeing another cross larger than the one in Texas.
Tonight we're staying in the Alpha Psi chapter house of Pi Kappa Phi. This place is huge! The whole house houses over 100 brothers and is well over three times the size of the WSU chapter house. Also had a great friendship visit with happiness bag where we had a huge dance party and Keriokie session. We even had the mayor doing the chicken dance with us and the ...
... would believe otherwise.
I also want to put it out there that we have one of the best, if not THE best, crews on a show. We have the same guys back every year and they work damn hard. This show couldn’t happen without them…not long term, at least. We managed to do their jobs the first two weeks when their visas were held up at the border, but it wasn’t pretty. It was done, but it wasn’t pretty. I’m still learning everyone’s names ...