Crossing the state line into Indiana

3 miles later we arrive at the Thousand Trails Horseshoe Lakes Park

Everyone has to sign in and go through the security gates at...

one of the eleven lakes on the property

a view down the lane, not many people here.

We are catching fish at this place, it's fun....

A little friend watches us while we walk by . . .

It wasn't too many days and the color change has caught up...

pretty lake scene

One morning when the water was still the reflection is gorgeous.

with the fog coming off and swirling low

As predicted, Rebecca drove this leg of our trip, all 145 miles of it. It's great to have two drivers of this rig. If she didn't, we'd have to have stayed at Honey Bend cuz Dave sure didn't feel up to driving. Our deal is that one doesn't drive if they're gonna be a safety hazard. Remember, we're hauling our home along with all our earthly possessions and all coupled together it weighs 11 1/4 tons! We don't want to take any chances with life, limb and property! Not to mention other persons lives are potentially at stake!

Anyway, the drive was beautiful and we took some pictures of the countryside to show you. Blanford, Indiana is about 25 miles north of Terre Haute, Indiana and is a nice little farming community. We have to travel about 8 miles to get to a Walmart and such. So you see it's not all that much different from being in the big city. But it is much, much more quiet. We've been to this park, TTN Horseshoe Lakes, before and liked it. We'll be here for three weeks. Finally, a place to hang our hat for longer than just 3 days! We'll get to do our fall cleanup, inside and outside the coach, fish and Dave has 3 fishing rods (2 fly, 1 spin)he'll build while here.

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