Wednesday, July 22, 2009

RV museum

We think everyone should visit the RV Museum and Hall of Fame in Elkhart IN. We spent several hours there today exploring the many travel trailers and motorhomes, from very early models to some very modern ones. It was so much fun walking around and comparing the differences. We were able to walk through most of them.

After the museum we located a few more of the gardens and murals of the Quilt Gardens Tour, including the one at Linton’s Enchanted Gardens which was the largest quilt garden we’ve seen so far.

Then we went to find the house Bernie was born in. There is always something interesting about “going home", even if you can’t remember that home.

Next we went to the American Countryside Farmers Market to park for the night, so we can check it out tomorrow.

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