The Stevens Transport trucks will be delivered today.
We went through Indianapolis, Indiana yesterday.
Fall is here, according to the crops. Corn fields, once green and lush, are now yellowed and dried up. Crispy noises can be heard as breezes waft through the fields making the dry stalks rub against each other.
Soybean fields are beginning to turn yellow in places, signaling the time is near for harvest.
Stopping in Effingham, Illinois at one of our favorite restaurants, Niemergs Steakhouse . Lining their walls are framed art work created by high school students in the area. Here is one such drawing created by a 9th grade student.
Indiana was the next state we went through.
Leaves on the trees are beginning to change color. October these trees will be brightly colored in reds, yellows, and oranges.
We are back, once again, in “barn country”. I love the faces on barns. This one is peeking over the hill.
A light rain caught up to us crossing from Indiana to Ohio.
Last night we didn’t make it to Seville as planned. Instead we stopped in Mansfield, Ohio for the night.
This morning, upon leaving the hotel, I saw this business across the street. It was dark when we arrived last night.
Can anyone tell me why Adults are being sold?
Yes, I know what kind of store it is. I just think they need a better name 🙂
Have a great Wednesday – “Hump Day” – everyone.