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... After that, Tom took us out for breakfast at the Top of the Viaduct restaurant in town, where our friend Jeff Potts (also a clown) met up with us. He lives in the area, so he wanted to hang out for a few hours before heading off to work.
Our next stop was the Massillon Museum, where John was scheduled to do an outdoor performance. We arrived there early so that we could walk around the museum a bit and specifically to see the ...
Thanks Doris and Joe—forget about the rollercoaster Sandy and Bob…
After reading Doris and Joe's suggestion as to where we should go today, John drug out the maps and after a short while studying we decided that (of course!!) they were absolutely correct. We changed our previous itinerary and decided to head to Amish Country in Holmes County today rather than going towards Sandusky at the moment. Holmes County is home to the largest ...
... I am talking about…and that is all OK!
We woke to a beautiful morning and took our time getting ready to head out, leaving camp about 9:45 local time. By the way, we both really enjoyed reading all the comments and e mails regarding yesterday’s blog! Thanks, and keep those cards and letters coming!
Heading northward, we drove around Cincinnati on I-275 to I-71. As we crossed the Ohio River into Ohio at 10:23, ...
... and logging 6,563 miles. Living out of a suitcase in strange surroundings for three weeks has its drawbacks. We did see a lot of this beautiful country and got to spend some quality time with our adult children. Gosh, we miss them already! Take care and we will include you in our adventures in the future if you are still interested. Keith and Ruth ...
Today's ride was spectacular and I am writing this on the veranda of the Kenyon Inn overlooking the buccolic Kenyon Campus. What a difference a day makes, again!
Looked out of my hotel room window this morning and it was foggy and the weatherman was calling for scattered showers in the morning and thunderstorms in the afternoon. So after I packed the bike I ...
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