wrote the James Dean Trail a month after Rooster and I went on the adventure. An element of serendipity added unexpected pleasure to our ride.
Some unknown government agency developed a secret plot to drive everyone in the neighborhood crazy. I’ve had enough of Construction During the New Normal.
our daughter called and suggested we meet her and her husband at the Original Treasure Mart in Kokomo. Rooster set his phone’s GPS for 1201 E. Vaile Avenue, and we spent Black Friday at the Original Treasure Mart.
If you have read any of my month-long blog posts in November, thank you for stopping by. I will confess I did a lot of the work in October simply to save time for me to participate in NaNoWriMo. I know my offerings wouldn’t be considered great works of literature, but I did have funContinue reading “Thank You for Stopping by”
Maneuvering Through the New Normal is an update on how an average person with no political agenda and limited resources is learning how to cope in 2020.
I may have taken on more than I can handle this November. I will participate in NaNoWriMo again. Plus, I plan to post a new blog every day In November. Thus, all I can say is let the games begin. My plan will look something like this. I read a WordPress blog by Dakshall GuptaContinue reading “Let the Games Begin”
What do you do if you want to have an adventure looking at old stuff, and most of the museums are still closed due to COVID? Rooster came up with a fantastic idea. He suggested we find some of the best junk shops in the state. Thus, we decided to go on a trip toContinue reading “Midland Arts and Antique Market”
James Dean weekend is a big deal in Grant County, Indiana. The last Friday, Saturday, and Sunday of September celebrates the life of the American actor with car shows and a motorcycle rally in the small country towns of Gas City, Jonesboro, and Fairmount. Marion, Indiana, is not included in this massive festival, which isContinue reading “James Dean Weekend”
Rooster and I haven’t attended a festival all summer. It’s the month of September, and we Hoosiers are entering car show season. Therefore, we jumped at the chance to make the hour and a half trip to the Williamsport Motorama. Fun facts about Williamsport, Indiana It is located in Warren County Founded in 1829 Elevation:Continue reading “Williamsport Motorama”
Rooster and I decided to sample a little bit of everything when we chose three Holland restaurants. We tried a brewery, a local favorite, and ended our adventure at an upscale dining establishment on Lake Macatawa. Therefore, I decided to write a review of each of these eateries to give future travelers and idea aboutContinue reading “Three Holland Restaurants”