ELKHART COUNTY, Ind. — Despite a quiet mid-week July 4, families still traveled en masse to inhabit their favorite campgrounds for the holiday.
Flags flew mounted to truck beds. Golf carts bedazzled in shiny spangled banners zipped down the lane toward the pool. And in the still morning hours at Pla-Mor campground, strains of music drifted from the far back corner of the property.
The music came from a tent with a sign announcing “MILLER CAMP-OUT,” a relic of the Miller family’s annual July 4 reunion, which has been going strong for 34 years, according to brothers O.J and Perry Miller.
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