Motel 6 Kokomo
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... br> attempt. I told Ellen, next time with Glenn with us, I am sure we will
find the hidden box.
On Wednesday, Ellen was at a ladies meeting
with Jill Brisco. I kept Emily and David. We played. We colored. We
took a nap. I made macaroni and cheese for them. I ate the left over
Mexican casserole, which is probably better the 2nd time around. I gave
the kids baths, which by the way, both Emily and David still love
... br> years ago. She took us upstairs where Grandma Dale's office used to
be. It was actually like a loft, but now was closed up. The upstairs
is not utilized and just has old stuff in it. There was an old pulley
elevator and some tin on the wall that I so wish I would have asked for a
piece. She said she took some off and used it as a backsplash. I have
always wanted to do that.
Carol Sue graciously had us over for ...
This is a lovely, quiet campground beside the white river. I was the only RV and my section which was next to a side stream. I walk the loop as it began to sprinkle, so I returned to the RV and had supper. A major lightning and thunderstorms began about midnight and lasted till 230. There was a lot of rain with some wind, but it was the lightning that was amazing to watch I opened all the curtains and blinds so that I could watch it in all its ...
... after the shows and park in a parking lot so we don’t tear up the park.
And boy oh boy did it rain...we made it through the first show just fine but heading into the second one, we were poured down on, whipped with wind, AND pelted with hail. But the show must go on and it did...our sponsors were ready with bales and bales of straw to lay down across the entire marquee so that people wouldn't walk through the lake forming there.
Some folks from the ...
... tour itinerary includes traveling from Lima to Machu Picchu, you can easily make a detour to Ballestas. It is very near to the Paracas National Reserve, well known for a stunning confluence of the desert and the sea. Visiting Ballestas would definitely be the experience of a lifetime.
The Ballestas Islands comprise about two dozen small islands in the Pacific Ocean, each having a ...