A Touch of Italy B&B
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OK so this is my first post on this site.
Here are our stats for today.
Left Oceanport at 8:45am and arrived in Sandusky, OH at 6:45pm.
We traveled 545 miles on I-80 and it was a long and hot ride.
Tomorrow is Chicago which is 250 miles, so an easy ride compared to today.
8th- 9th July So yesterday we drove out of Niagara Falls, we drove through a small section of Pennsylvania and then entered Ohio, taking the state count this visit to 4. We spent most of the drive driving along the edge of Lake Erie. It is amazing how big it is, you cannot even see the far shore. At times it's more than 100 miles wide, and it's only the 4th largest of the Great Lakes. At ...
... on the road. We figured this would only take an hour and a half or so and then we would be on our way.
However…. last night we started looking at our tires more closely and realized they were getting pretty dry rotted and we should probably have them looked at before leaving. We eventually got on the road at 2:30 PM…. 7 hours after our planned departure time.
8:00 Arrived at Northwest Tire (they have 4 tires in stock!) All ...
... it is wordy and would not hold my attention were we not in a car or if I was reading it. One disc left. Music selections for late night driving: Valerie June's "pushing up against a stone" (thanks,Marlowe) and of course Sublime, the best nighttime driving music I can think of. The sun is about to rise, the temperature has risen by ten degrees, we are off at 5:39 ...
... like we are, money isn't just laying around, but we did have good jobs and we both knew how to save.......Rebecca especially knew how to save. Im a huge gear head with many hobbies, so some of my money went to good photography equipment and other gadgets. After some negotiating, we agreed that an RV was a possibility, if within a reasonable price range. So we planned to go look at the one I had seen sometime on a weekend or after work one day.