Super 8 Motel - Crawfordsville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... over her leggings, three jugs of water in case we get stranded overnight, sun brimmed hat to protect from heatstroke, extra jacket in case the sun decides to set, 14 sandwiches and 5 candy bars to munch on in case we get lost for a week, and her camera with three additional lens attachments. Me, I grab my camera and golf hat.... good to go! Oh, the trail map too.
I have been here before, most likely around the summer of 1973 or 1974. Back ...
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Speaking of the shows, they went well despite the heat and oppressive humidity that we’re not used to after spending the last three months in layers and winter coats. People came out of the tent during intermission with red, sweaty faces and took full advantage of the cool breeze outside. The prize for most unique circus visitors today goes to an older couple who brought along two 4 ft. tall dolls (whose names were Buttercup and Ruby) from their extensive ...
We finally pulled away from Highlands around 10:45 am. The weather was sunny in spite of the forecast. We drove to I-40 to Knoxville picked up I-75 to Lexington, went west to Louisville and then north to Lafayette Indiana. Over 500 miles was enough for one ...
No show day today! I don't know if it’s because it’s Mother’s Day or what, but I’ll take it. We left our lot in Oxford this morning at 6:30am, but this time, I drove by myself because Beth and John were taking off for Peru, IN to visit the Circus Hall of Fame for the day. I stopped for some gas at the first gas station I saw, but when I went up to the doors, I realized they weren’t open yet. My card doesn’t work at the pump so I have to prepay ...
... location and hearing the consequences of that battle certainly helps you appreciate the freedom we take for granted back home. The Tippecanoe Battlefield Museum and Prophetstown Historical Village were both must see destinations and despite the cold winds and snow (yes, it snowed today) we managed to explore the battlefield and the historical village and state park for much of the day. The cold did deter us from our picnic plans and for the third day in a row our picnic was ...