Santa's Lakeside Cottages
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... rivers that have had such an influence on US writing and culture. [Guess which one of us wrote that para?! ]
Visibility was improving the further east we flew, the Kaskaskia River, with its many oxbow lakes (we love oxbow lakes!), Rend Lake before crossing the Wabash River as it ran into the Ohio River, the border between Ohio and Indiana. We cannot fail to mention the town of Objectionable, out on our left as we approached our destination.
... writing that passage. Of the pursuit of these "golden moments”; what heroic effort is required?, what goals must be achieved?, what pinnacle must be attained? In addition, what height of joy and happiness elevates such “golden moments” above more pedestrian ones?, perhaps our journey will make all things clear....
Nevertheless we go in search of our own ...
Testing 1, 2, 3. Am going to use this app so the "special people" can track us. Not sure how user friendly this will be but am hoping for the best! This is a test run. Please acknowledge. Also if you know of any of my other "special" people that want to be included on this, let me ...
Drove 320 miles from Columbia, MO to Santa Claus, Indiana. As we were driving through St. Louis, we stopped at the Arch, which was right near the St. Louis Cardinals baseball stadium. Briefly visited the museum under the Arch, and then had lunch at Caleco's. Stayed at an adorable campground/RVpark called Lake Rudolph in Santa Claus, Indiana, which as you can guess, is a Christmas-themed ...
... that given they are a VERY small winery, they offered 21 different wines ranging from dry to semi-sweet to sweet to fruit to spiced, and that the dry red wines they offered were not bad. Given that the winery is called Winzerwald, their white wines were typically German and tasted very similar to those we had back in the 70’s when we were stationed in the heart of the Rhine River valley.
When we got back to the rig, we decided to grill some ...