Cindy got a picture of a farmers market we went to in Howe and a picture of the field next to the RV Park there.
We took the Trolley ride through there plant, but no pictures were allowed. I rode by the driver and he was a lot more knowledgeable about the plant than the guide. He told me that the plant is up to 13 million Dum-Dums per day. The wrapping is all automated.
|Everyone has to wear a hair net, even though I don't have much hair.|
After the trolley ride we went back to the gift shop and were given all the samples we wanted. They have many different flavors. Some have been around a long time and some, not so long.
It is a family run company with it looked like the fourth generation now in charge.
After we left the Candy Company we drove on to Wapakoneta, we drove through a lot of back roads because the main highway was closed. Some of the roads in Lima were so small that we really shouldn't have been there. Cindy got panicky when she saw a 13' 8" sign on one of the bridges, but we were OK.
|A neat old building we passed.|
Today is another nice day, but a bit on the cool side.
Thanks for visiting.