Knights Inn Wabash
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Wabash
... far away, I just set up my tent anyway. Fletcher is so tiny that I doubt they have patrol to kick people out. I think it consists of about 10 houses around the lake and a church. They had a camping pad built and a portable toilet at the boat dock, so they must have recently changed the rules. It felt like it was going to rain pretty hard, so I just got in my tent and went to ...
... couch onto Mom's back and up and around her head and/or shoulder and down her arm! It was the funniest moment of the trip. I wish I could have seen it!
Louise had more funny stories for us about her trainer at the gym and she kept giving us her "crazy eyes" and saying "you know," like we knew what she meant. As Carol Sue later said, "she opens her mouth and you just never know what will topple out!"
This was a great day!
Today we played some Billiards in the basement and hung out at the house after going in to town to get groceries for our camping trip this weekend. Jim came home and the boys helped him get the deck loaded into the truck. We were discussing hunting and the culture here in America. We got out the BB gun and did some target practice together. They loved ...
... more useful and have a seat in it while I shopped for groceries. He had several laughs and comments from people passing by.
Jim returned home from work and gave Max a lesson in driving his tractor. I am quite sure after the days activities with me that Jim's arrival home and driving the tractor was much more exciting. Max was quite thrilled to drive ...
... 8230;I miss stability, the freedom and ease of going out on my own, weekends, and sleeping in, amongst other things…but I’m relieved that it’s become familiar and my confidence in being somewhere new every day is unwavering. I no longer fear taking off from the lot and wandering…it helps to have a smartphone with us in case we get lost…but I know I’ll always find my way back. Every town is our home for the day and every person we meet is a ...