Saturday, October 3, 2009

The Dutchman of Essenhaus

Our next stop was in a tiny town of Essenhaus. The garden was weathered. The area was a small convention center. It was special to us for a personal reason. We knew the restaurants might be closed and we brought a picnic. We sat in over-sized hand-made rocking chairs and had a fine meal between the log cabins and Amish-like structures. The company and the conversation matched the food. Now that was a nice respite.

We had to make some decisions; there were far too many gardens and towns to see. So, we did not go to Middlebury which is a favorite stop for us. Ignore the tape, you are looking at Essenhaus. Well, it is time to move onto to Elkhart Indiana.

The Dutchman: Essenhaus: Quilt Garden

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