Hideaway Hills Cottages

5557 CR 407, Millersburg, Ohio, 44654, United States | Ranch
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Location

This ranch, located on 5557 CR 407, Millersburg, is near The Farm at Walnut Creek and Amish Country.
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Travel Blogs from Millersburg

Welcome Home!

A travel blog entry by frankadventures on Sep 16, 2014

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... just missed the hurricane coming in from the Pacific...we went from temps in the mid 90s and 90+ humidity to low 60s and low 40s last night...burr. Just what I expected for Ohio. Where'd summer go?

I know a ton of mail is awaiting for us and Richard will pick it up tomorrow. It was nice to be back in our own bed...but I sure miss those good cooks & our cabin steward! We are now back to ...

Wednesday, Day Twenty-three

A travel blog entry by travel2gether on Aug 06, 2014

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... from wind turbines on separate trucks. Wow, are they big. After a little Goggle search, I found that they measure 116 feet long and sit on a 212 foot high tower, with a total of 328 feet! Keith sure looks very small next to one. Not an easy item to transport.

Arrived home around 7pm.

Next trip in October, it will be a short summer......
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Good Bye Ohio

A travel blog entry by bounderbulletin on Jul 07, 2014

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... is owned and operated by the local Amish families. It's not just for the tourists, locals eat there as well, including Amish families.

On the surface, it seems their life style is far less hectic or stressful than ours. But you never know what is just under the surface.


Bye for now and stay ...

Independence Day at The Farm at Walnut Creek

A travel blog entry by bounderbulletin on Jul 05, 2014

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... geese, chickens, quail, pheasant, donkeys, mules and swans. Normal farm animals.

Well, we thought that initially, until we came upon what they call, "Alternate Livestock."

They give you a ride through the fields and forests area around the farm. They have some odd animals for an Amish farm. A Peacock, Macaws, blue and gold and scarlet, Cockatoo and Japanese Imperial Koi. Okay, not ...

We Don't All Live In Happyville

A travel blog entry by bounderbulletin on Jul 03, 2014

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... She ran into the trailer and told her father I was going to call the police.

Out came an angry, 20-something man who promptly told me it wasn't any of my (fill in the blank) business and to get the blank of his site and take my blanking dog with me.

Needless to say, I told him it was my business and that I will call the police if it continues. I'm not sure if he was unaccustomed ...