Roscoe Motor Inn
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... that brief time, the Fort housed the British, Virginia and Pennsylvania Regiments as well as Royal Americans and Native American encampments. The Fort also had a Blacksmith shop, clay bake ovens, a hospital complex, smokehouse and sawmill. There were the usual armaments, that included a six-pound field cannon, a five and a half inch Howitzer along with well appointed stores of ammunition. Short lived, but vitally important. The Fort at Ligonier fulfilled the need ...
... A symbol for honor and glory to god. We have a great overview over the forest rolling hills of Ohio, and spend a moment of peaceful silence to remember and think about our loved one's.
Finally we hit the freeway onto our remaining 6h ride to St. Louis in Missouri, after crossing through Indiana and Illinois. In ...
... soil. Starting at 3,000 pounds, the weight is steadily increased to about 8,500 pounds, until only one team is able to pull it forward.
We return back home to our farm so the kids have some more time to play with the farm kids before dusk. In fact, they are helping the farm host to spread oats seed on a field. Wears out some of their energy, great!
... We weren't disappointed!
The convention activities were set up at the Carlisle Inn in Walnut Creek and they consisted of Coleman sales and display tables, breakout sessions, distribution of the NEW Vintage Coleman Products Guide, business meeting/dinner and finishing up with a well attended auction. In my estimate there were close to 200 people in attendance coming from all over. We had folks hailing ...
... Pennsylvania and Ohio.
The drive was fairly uneventful, and my navigating skills proved to get us to out destination without any random detours - yay! We did end up in a storm where the rain was so heavy that we could barely see the road, but luckily, these tended to be short sharp showers.
For the rest of this week, we will have similarly long drives until we reach the Rushmore ...