Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Into the Woods! - Wednesday 6/17/2009


We started our day with our project of updating the oral history project we started in 1991. Nice view from the front of the inn.



Hiked through the woods toward the nature center. It was a big overcast, but really lovely.



A terrific ranger at the nature center showed us how to make our own twine out of cattail reeds. Cool!


We took a short cut back to the inn via the toboggan run. Looks like it must be a lot of fun in winter.
We discovered a great restaurant in Angola. The Village Kitchen on the corner of Maumee and Superior. Yummy home made food at incredible prices. Pie for $1.29 a slice.



All right then!



This, my friends, is a prime example of a breaded tenderloin sandwich. Mmmm. It was $2.79 and then you could add one side for $1.29 or two sides for $1.79. The pepper pot soup was amazing and the basket of fries were crunchy and great.


Back at the inn, we think about working off some of those calories by renting a kayak but... nah. We ended up in the inn's library, reading some interesting books we found there. Mine was a history of McCutchenville. Yeah, I know, but it was really well written!

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