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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 ...
We both have traveled down through Indiana before and have truly enjoyed this mid-western state, it has so much to offer. Before our RV travels it seemed that we would just chase down through the Hoosier state to find our way to Florida. With our RV travels these last few years, we have seized the opportunity to linger and enjoy what is obviously a very nice place. This is our third extended stay in the Hoosier state in the ...
... 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.
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 ...
... and they help me with my Spanish while I help them with English. We laugh easily together, we respect each other, and we look out for each other. There isn’t a time that goes by where I don’t have someone materializing out of nowhere to help me carry the laundry or John’s props.
I meant to write more, but I went to bed instead. Now it's a few days later and I don't remember much else from that day...haha. Each town blurs into the last one, unfortunately!