Roscoe Motor Inn
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... a place mat. I also bought a couple of crochet topped Christmas tea towels. With our Berlin browsing all done, we jumped back in the car and went for a drive around the back roads. Along the way we found a "Swiss chalet" cheese shop where the Amish family make a variety of cheeses. We bought some cheese and salami sticks and some crackers for afternoon tea :-) We moved on passing some fantastic country homes where barns and sheds well surpassing the size of the homes. The ...
... Canton. It took about 45 minutes along some hilly back roads which was interesting enough as we passed many Amish horse and buggies along the way. We all wondered why the Hall of Fame was in Canton, appearing to be in the middle of no where special, rather than some major city like Cleveland down the road, and it must be a common question, as it was answered as soon as we entered. Canton was where the NFL started. Simple!! The boys loved the NFL Hall of Fame, lots ...
... us use the boiling water in the coffee machine to fill up a couple of noodle bowls for lunch, we bought a couple of drinks and some beef jerky, used the bathrooms and again, back on the road!! We just got back onto the 30 after going around Fort Wayne and have just now crossed over the border into Ohio. It's open farming pasture land here and to the left of the highway just 100s and 100s of giant wind turbines, they are just HUGE and they go as far as ...
The sound of the big Standardbreds trotting down the road carries so that you can hear them coming long before you see them.
We were able to talk with several of the Amish that were in and around then campground. One night we ate at Mrs. Yoder's Restaurant, one of several places to ...
Yesterday was a bright beautiful, sunny day. A great day to celebrate our Nation's Birthday. We wanted to see the countryside, so we left early and headed out to The Farm at Walnut Creek, a local working Amish farm open to the public.
As we traveled through several small towns, basically just an intersection with a general store, and took in the beauty of the rolling hills, we past several ...