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Aug 16, 2017 - Resuming the Journey

We spent Tuesday at the KOA doing laundry and sitting out in the heat. With Winnie in the shop, we moved Ringo, his "cage", our chairs, a couple of fans, and the cooler outside onto the grass at the camp site. It didn't rain which was good. We did wind up moving 3 or 4 times to be able to stay in the shade. As we ran out of shade, Winnie was ready to go. Granite City Glass was great. They provided me with a ride to and from the shop and all of the folks there were great. If you ever need your windshield replaced in the St. Louis area they...

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Jun 25, 2011 - Lynnville, Indiana

We arrived at the Lynnville County Park after a three hour drive. We were assigned site #2 which allowed us to enter from either end. I had a little trouble reaching the hook-up because of their location. There was a lake on site. The lake has bluegill, small and largemouth bass, and catfish. Many of the other campers were locals here for the fishing. We walked down to the lake and had a nice visit with another couple from California. Later that evening there was a tremendous thunderstorm and heavy rain that lasted most of the night....

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Oct 7, 2010 - A Long Travel Day

We left Shipshewana at 7:15 a.m. arriving here at about 4:15 pm, driving 344 miles. It was a long day thru some very lovely scenery and small town Indiana. We happened upon an unwanted detour that took us out of our way some 20+ difficult miles because they were on winding, narrow back roads and added about an hour to our travel day. We stopped at a rest stop for sandwiches. It was a beautiful day for travel, mostly smooth roads, tons of sunshine to bring out the beautiful colors of the trees and no wind. We are in Lynneville, Indiana at...

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Jul 7, 2007 - Lynnville, IN

Another day on the road. We pulled in to Lynnville Park, owned by the town of Lynnville, IN, around 1:30 pm. It was quite hot and humid with little shade. The park is lovely. We would like to come back sometime in cooler weather (spring or fall??) to do some fishing. The camp hosts were great - offered to share watermelon with us. We took a drive on back-roads to the nearest truck stop (about 20 miles) to fill up the truck, and had lunch at a Denny's. Then back to camp for dinner and an early turn in to hit the road early again.

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