Potawatomi Inn Resort and Conference Center
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Wanted to come to patawatami inn for our 4 years if being together. So far a great trip :) my 10th time and Clinton's first time coming here. Went swimming, hot tub, sauna, walked on the beach, collected shells, and had ice cream and pizza so far :) enjoying our mini vacation.
... west into Ohio and Indiana, where we are now. We're in Shipshewana, an ironic Indian name given the fact that it had been only ten years before the Amish moved in fleeing persecution in the east, that the Indians moved west, chased from their country.
... home, and life in the Philippines is most definitely chaotic but the pace of life can never compare. I love my relaxed, timeless schedule and mindset in the Philippines, but whenever I come home it seems it is a few weeks of bookings...filled with reuniting, celebrating, appreciating, catching up, eating, laughing, sharing stories, and remembering what home is all about :)
Thanks for your patience in advance, I hope the photos of the water tank will suffice for now!
... speeding. Here her son had to do a #2 (poor thing looked like he was about 3) and she tried to make it, to no avail. She got a ticket and another surprise from her son, glad I was on the bike and not driving in the car with them. Hit some misting rain for most of Ohio, but other than that nothing eventful happened. We did 620 miles and got to Howe, IN by 5PM. This is where Waldo will be spending the night. Our hotel is 2/10 of a mile ...
... tornado warning in the Chicago area. The same corridor we had just driven, was now under a heavy rain, wind, and possible tornado warning. It looked like it would eventually reach us in Howe, too.
The next morning we saw that the clock radio was blinking 2:00, so we figured the power had gone out - the storm had passed through while we slept; we were oblivious to it.
I could barely stomach the ...