We left Linda’s around 9am and headed for Shipshewana, Indiana. I really didn’t think we would make all the way there as it was about 425 miles away. I did have the Super Wal-Mart and Cracker Barrel’s marked on our Google map of our route just in case we decided to stop for the night.
As we didn’t stop for any meals, Wilma prepared us a lunch while driving down the highway. One of the better advantages of a Motorhome, we actually made it there at 7:45pm. A long day of driving against the wind.
Even Kybee was a little tired of riding as shown from the picture below.
As I was setting up the Motorhome, Wilma noticed how beautiful the sky was.
Pink by night, Sailors delight. That’s the saying anyway so it looks like a good day for tomorrow.
Being almost 8:30pm by the time we had settled down, we were pretty hungry for some dinner. Boneless Pork Chops sounded mighty delicious to us, so as Wilma prepared the side dish inside the Motorhome, I was outside cooking the Pork Chops.
It wasn’t long after dinner before we were both sound asleep. Tomorrow we will venture to the “Flea Market” to see if there are any treasures to be had.
Until next time, be safe and God Bless.
A Long, Tiring Day . . .
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