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... miles of twisties through the Hoosier National Forest.
Tomorrow we hook-up with Cain and Patricia in Madison, IN.
Last night we talked to Emma and told her about the bear on the road. She told us that a bear chased her and wanted her apple. She told the bear "No no bear you can't have my apple."
... Pulpit Rock and unique Penny Ceiling. Marengo Cave remains at 52 degrees (farenheit) all year round.
Our tour guide's Grandmother attended square dancing and church sermons inside this cave.
We were about 80 feet below the surface and at one stage, because we were under a hill, it was 160 feet.
Everything about this tour was just spectacular!
Paul & Deanna took us to a cave (www.bluespringcaverns.com) that is toured by boat. Something we had never done before. The cavern is in Bedford, about 40 miles from French Lick. We got there a little early so we bought a bag of dirt that have gems in them & Kaptain showed Amanda how to pan for them. She made a killing & ended up with a big handful of gemstones.
After that, it was time to go to the cave. The Tour Guide led us to the boat ...
... it was so great to see her & Amanda. We talked & Amanda set up the Wii & showed us some of her games. LeeDelle tried some of the games but didn't do nearly as we'll as her 12 year old niece. It was good for a laugh for all of us. We rented a one bedroom condo at French Lick Villa and got there about 1 AM. But that is only 10 PM So Cal time. Nice little one bedrooms I condo. Perfect for our week stay ...
... buildings in the Federal Triangle in Washington, D.C. and in many state office buildings, libraries, Post Offices and other federal buildings in the U.S., as well as the Washington National Cathedral, the Pentagon, the Chicago Tribune Building and the Empire State Building, and Portland stone is said to be very similar to ours. Some of the stone cutters and pioneers in our local limestone industry came from the Portland area.