Super 8 Middletown/Winchester Area
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We took a detour home since it was a nice day out and we left with plenty of time to be able to do this! We stopped at Dinosaur Land. It's a very small park, but one that was a nice little detour! They have over 40 replica dinosaurs that you walk along and see. There is a sign ...
... We have to get back to the car and we're already exhausted! After getting a few great photos, we decided we had enough of a rest to start the HIKE back. Holy cow was that an incredibly difficult hike. Rob was having issues with his health issues and so was I. We were really having a rough time. Of course Caitlyn mentions 1/4 of the way up that she now has to go to the bathroom. So I went into mommy mode and got our butts to the top (paying careful attention that ...
... there, we did the Garden Maze. It's a maze of high bushes with flowers and some pretty flowers through it. You go in and find 4 mailboxes with stamps that reveal a 'secret' at the end. We found all 4 mailboxes, in order, and made our way out in probably 1/2 hour or so. It was fun!
We then crossed the street and took Caitlyn to get a gem bag that she could sluice. She ended ...
... that there’s a city ordinance banning alcohol from city parks. Make do with the watermelon and the anniversary cake.
The game was also quite interesting—back to baseball basics. Lots of singles (no big displays of swinging for the fence), several bunts for sacrifices—including a safety squeeze, which I haven’t seen in aeons, if at all. Pitcher hustling to back up third base on throws from the outfield (which was ...
4 hrs, 8 kms
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On down the road is another relic of the past--not so distant past this time: a drive in movie theatre. This was the place to be (with your date, of course!) 60 years ago. Nowadays there are just a couple left.
I'm struck with the realization that the American love affair with cars was actually stronger 60 years ago than it is today, if you can believe that. Back then drive ...