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Oct 21, 2015 - Wednesday Bluffton IN
We have traveled the highways and by-ways on all our trips, this trip so far has been the highways. Now we will travel the by-ways on our journey north. As we leave Frankfort KY we need to find a bridge to cross the Ohio River. We drove to Warsaw KY thinking we could cross the river, wrong, come to find out the bridges across the river are not everywhere but the main cities. We ended up driving down river about 10 miles to find a bridge to cross. Lesson learned, always check where to cross main rivers. It is so wonderful to be able to...Jump to full entry
May 13, 2009 - Another entry from Ki....
OK Mom... enough with the heartrending angst already!!! Although I must admit it was quite traumatic being either in the truck or in my stroller for 2 solid days. Of course, Bran just goes with the flow and doesn't complain. She's like that. At least, Dad said, we got off lucky because the gray water tank (I don't know what that is, do you??) was fine. The leak was from where the drain connected to it and, luckily, we stopped just in time so the water that had run onto the floor under the cabinet didn't go very far and could be dried out...Jump to full entry
May 12, 2009 - Whew!!
Still don't dare load pics but at least we made it out in one piece! ^_^ The comedy of errors over those three days would fill pages! Just went from one thing to the next... sigh Met some cool people ... had some laughs ... and $1200 later they let us go free! sigh I'll try to write more later ... pretty tired tonight. I think I mentioned that the service people need the trailer at 7:00 AM to start work. And.... last night when we were getting ready for bed I noticed they had filled the black water tank to the brim and not drained it. Which...Jump to full entry
Oct 16, 2008 - Quabache State Park
Monday afternoon we arrived at Quabache State Park in Bluffton, IN. It is pronounced “Wabash”. First I want to tell you a little about Prophetstown State Park near Battle Field where we came from. The Battle of Tippecanoe took place right outside of Battle Field, and Prophetstown is where our nation’s first political rally for William Henry Harrison was held. What a coincidence we were there about 23 days from a national election. Sunday night in Prophetstown, Don’s brother Bob came over for a campfire and we had one of those quiet moon-lit...Jump to full entry