Roscoe Motor Inn
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... as long as we will have that chair on our porch at home.
Now we are carrying a rocking chair and table in our minivan for the remaining 3,000 miles - great!
On our way out of Holmes county we take a quick stop at the Gospel Hill Lighthouse, which is the only inland lighthouse in the US, 76 steps, plus a cross at ...
... in a sleepy little town called Charm (population 80, but lots of people there for this event): a huge grass area is filled with steam engines that drive all sorts of machinery: corn thrusts, sawmill, pumps and others. These are in incredibly good shape! We enjoy hand-pressed lemonade and other foods, the kids go on tractor rides, and we watch an Amish farm ...
Yes, there is and international group that gathers annually to talk about everything Coleman. I'm surprised everyone doesn't know this, not. My husband Jim and I have been part of the club since 2013. This was our second time attending the international club festivities. Last years convention was in Charlotte, MI.
The biggest bonus of belonging to such a group is that we get to travel to places I've never ...
... everything ready to pack in the RV.
We got up early this morning, with the intention of quickly packing the RV and making an early start. We only ended up leaving an hour and a half later than schedule! In order to reach Cambridge this evening, we (this being Grandma as I don't have a license) had to drive for around 8 hours, and passed through 5 states: Virginia, West ...
I got up at 6:15 and Larry at 6:30. We were at breakfast by 6:55. I had a small biscuit with a little gravy, a few scrambled eggs and a yogurt. Larry had eggs and biscuits and gravy. We were all on the bus and ready to go at 8:00. We watched Gone with the Wind Part II which didn't end until after our restroom break. We stopped at the Virginia Welcome Center. For lunch ...