We stopped for 99 cent breakfast. Food was good made fresh it's always hot being it served on a tin plate. The day we stopped they had someone playing the piano while we has breakfast. After breakfast take a walk down to the shops in the fort. My son was able to make his own tin plate. The gentleman that was showing how to make it and explained every step. Then had my son make his own. If you want your own tin plate you can purchase the one you made for a price. It's a keepsake and great memories. We will stop again.
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