Saturday, April 2, 2011

Back Home Again In Indiana

We were not greeted with warm temperatures when we arrived home.  Today, I read that the temperature in Palm Springs, CA is 85 and that reminded me of the times we were in California checking the temperatures in Indiana.  Not once did we say that we wished we were home.  Daily, we say we wish we were back in the warmth of the south west.  We are already looking forward to warm temperatures in January, February and March makes planning for next year's trip more special.

The Winnebago is at the "Dr" to have its toilet fixed along with some minor tune ups on little things.  Edmundson RV in Taylorsville, IN just off  I 65 south of Indianapolis, is quite service oriented and are taking good care of Winnie. After they finish with her, we will be putting down new flooring, wallpapering and adding new window treatments.  Our Road House is going to be "lookin gooood.

In two weeks we will be in Greencastle, Indiana for The Fiber Event.  For the first time in 9 years my booth will will be in the heated Community Building!  Oh how sweet it is.  This event is at a time that the weather is so unpredictable.  There have been nice warm breezes to rain, snow and sleet.  Two years ago we had the last three in a matter of a couple of hours.  The Fiber Arts Building has no heat.  The organizers brought in blowers but it didn't make anyone much more comfortable.

If you are ever traveling on I 70 in western Indiana and are hungry, you might want to drive into Greencastle and eat at Almost Home on the town square.  Very good food and a nice atmosphere.  Greencastle is a college town with Depauw University, so there are a few excellent places to eat.

I'm off to finish laundry, shower and to get ready for the NCAA men's basketball games.  Our Butler University, here in Indianapolis, IN are in the Final Four for the second year in a ROW.  After loosing to Duke by two points in the last second of the game, I sooo hope that our Dawgs can complete their mission this year.  Either way, we are so proud of the team.  Those are a great group of boys.  Academic All American, etc.  They are at Butler not only to play basketball, but to get a superior education.  

Until next time, God bless!  Be safe out there.....

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