Covered Bridge Motel & Apartments
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... we won't have an air conditioner, we will have lights and hot and cold water supplies. So with that in mind, at 9:30PM, we pulled into the rest area near Crawfordsville, IN. The temperature into the Midwest was in the high 80's during the day. It was 81 degrees when we pulled into the rest area. While I thought I had prepared for this, I found that the RV was quite hot. We have a portable fan, but unfortunately I didn't check to ...
... in your own bed, drive at your own pace, stay in some really beautiful parks and do it all in comfort. I have indoor plumbing (no bathtub, Christine), frig, stove, TV and a king size bed. What more could a girl want? Driving is nice because you are higher up and can see for miles around. I can get up and grab a drink from the frig or make a sandwich for my driver!
Today we arrive at our park during the daylight. So the boys get to go out and have a ...
... 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 ...
... passed by three of these large crosses along the highway. The one in Texas claimed to be the largest in North America, however, the one in Effingham, Illinois is 10 feet taller and claims to the be tallest in the world. All I know is these crosses can be seen for miles and make an impressive sight along the roadway.
Tomorrow should bring us within a short drive to home.