Friday, August 14, 2009

Our Little Trip...

was over way too soon!
This is the route we took. We started near Flint, Michigan and headed north to the first star which is Picture Rock in the Upper Peninsula. We stayed in Escanaba (2nd star). Then we headed south to Wisconsin Dells (3rd star). We then headed to Indianapolis to see Lucas Oil Stadium (4th star). We stayed...in Kokomo! On the last day we went to Shipshewana (5th star)which is a large Amish/Mennonite tourist trap (which I loved!). Here are a few pictures:
Walking on the beach:
Picture Rocks, Upper Peninsula Michigan:

Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin:

Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, Indiana:

Shipshewana, Indiana
These were some darling little girls having a bake sale. Look at the cute little horse drawn cart!


One of my highlights at Shipshewana was Lolly's Fabrics. I'll show you tomorrow all the goodies I got there.

9 comments:

retdairyqueen said...

Looks like a gret trip
When I was in the Us we visited an Amish village I loved it We ate there Oh boy was that great food
I wasnt quilting then but I did admire the quilts

Cindy Is Crafty said...

The picture rocks are cool! Neat place! Glad you had fun!

Micki said...

The photos of your trip were wonderful! It looked like a wonderful time that you all had.
Micki

Liz said...

Oh how fun. I'm glad you had a good trip. (And thanks for waving!)

Di said...

ah, to be in love and on a road trip! well done, you kids. :) very creative route and utilization of your neighboring states, as well as our own. L- im sure you absolutely loved the amish town full of its natural way of living and profound energy. i enjoyed your pics. thx

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

oooo it sounds like such a lovely trip. The pictures are really great!

Dandelion Quilts said...

What a great time you had! I love the pictures. Lollys is a favorite of mine...isn't it great?

Gingerbread said...

There seems to be plenty to see on your trip, you have taken some lovely pictures. Thank you for sharing. Julie.C

Carrie P. said...

Oh, I want to go there. Those rock cliffs are so neat.