We left Amish Berlin in a sort of Bluebird Wanderlodge Caravan…several of us were heading onwards to Dayton, OH. There we stayed in a KOA for a few days with the intention of visiting the Air Force Museum. We also continued our new tradition of eating with friends and sitting around after dinner with a
We spent our first week in Amish Country, which reminds us exactly why we are choosing to travel around the USA in the manner we are. You would NEVER choose to visit ANY of the places we have been lately if you were looking at a tourist map or planning a 2-week vacation from work.
We are beginning the next leg of our trip (is it a trip? Or is it just life…beginning the next leg of our life?) with a few “plans.” Plans being a very loose term in our vocabulary. Describing more of a direction and date-range than anything VERY specific. Lots of flexibility in route and stops.
Well, we survived a brief visit to Chicago. Words chosen carefully. “Visit” because we frankly feel more at home now in the bus. At least the first several nights at our apartment in Chicago, I woke up in the middle of the night with that disoriented feeling of not being sure where the bathroom was. And,