Wednesday, September 14 – We were off to visit Elkhart today. We had one goal…find Paul a chair!!! We had a list of several places to visit courtesy of the campground and our friends, Connie and Kenny.
OH NO…Marsha spotted another one of those Elks.
After spending most of the day looking for chairs, we decided to just do a bit of sightseeing. We stopped at the Old Bag Factory.
Goshen's historic Old Bag Factory, built in 1896, is now home to producing artists, antiques, specialty shops and cafés.
Since 1984, this century-old setting has provided a strong foundation for today's artists and shopkeepers. Here the old and the new blend together to preserve the best of the past and all the best of the present.
We enjoyed walking around the old building. There are many business that are just now moving in.
Built in the early 1900s the building was originally opened as a grocery store in 1910. In the 1940s the original Bastian Blessings soda fountain was installed where it still remains, serving sodas, shakes, malts, and floats.
The South Side Soda Shop continues the tradition of a fifties diner, offering home cooked recipes with a friendly face.
They are known for the Chili and Philly Cheese Steak sandwich, so we had an order of each. YUMMMMMY!
The staff was so friendly. When you are in the area, stop by and have a delicious meal.
Oh by the way….ZERO on finding Paul a chair. As they say, "There is always tomorrow."
Thanks for stopping by. Hope to see ya'll back real soon. Have a great day!