2010 Race 2 Finish travel blog

street scene - Middlebury, Indiana


the Amish are known for the beauty of their quilts and you...

outskirts of Middlebury

at Essenhaus they have quilt gardens like this one

recently planted for this summer but not in bloom yet

in a month it will be full of color

you never see a white horse pulling an Amish buggy

of course you never see a robin pulling one either

leaving Middlebury and heading east

this farm has electric service

but this one doesn't


don't know what it is but it's too fancy to be a...

like southerners these folks love their fireworks

Welcome to Ohio - now what?

well for one thing a train is coming


at Edgerton the highway takes a jog

then continues east

grain elevator


the TV Time Popcorn cribs have seen better days


crossing the Maumee River near Bowling Green

this field is corn but they grow wheat here too

wind is also harvested and turned into electricity

nice country

Our last morning in Indiana


Middlebury, Indiana is a nice town and you don't want to leave it in a hurry. We took our time, running errands and stoking up on pancakes. When we finally left we headed east on Highway 20 for a ways, then dropped down to Highway 6. These roads go through farmland as pretty as it gets and they sure beat driving the Turnpike like the other RVs.

Our destination is a KOA near Cleveland but we got too late a start to make it today. We settled for a 140 mile drive to Bowling Green, Ohio. We'll push on to the Cleveland area tomorrow.

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