On every trip there has to be a “worst weather of the trip,” day. Hopefully, yesterday was ours. I don’t mind camping in cold temps. I love snow. I can adjust to hot, humid, high wind days, too. But, my least favorite camping weather is a all day cold rain. Sunday, we had just that. Temps hovered in the high 30’s all day and it rained for ten straight hours.
Our solution was to pile in the truck and visit neighboring Indiana; not the state, the town. Indiana is a college town, here in Pennsylvania, that is as pretty as a picture. It’s also where actor, Jimmy Stewart, was born and grew up. Stewart is a favorite performer of mine, so we decided to check out the Jimmy Stewart Museum, in the downtown area. What a cool, tastefully done memorial, to this incredible talent.
After touring the museum, we checked out Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s campus, grabbed a pizza and headed for home. Once we made it back to our tiny home on wheels, Mark checked the disc drive, he always prepares before a trip (with over 100 movie downloads) and found an old Jimmy Stewart movie we’d never seen before. 1939’s comedy/western, “Destry Rides Again”, was the perfect ending to a “worst weather of the trip” day!