Rabbit Run Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We say goodbye to Ohio, acres of cornfields ready for harvest and beautiful farmland with silos and white farmhouses.
Before we departed, we traveled to Peninsula, OH to spend a couple of hours walking in the newest of our National Parks , Cuyahoga Valley. It incorporates 125 miles along the original Ohio & Erie Canal. We saw only a smidgen of this 33.000 acre park - walking to see the Brandywine Falls. The water ...
Have traveled across the northern part of Ohio toward Indiana. Staying in Niles, Michigan tonight as South Bend was booked. Are headed for Indian Dunes National Park and from there the American Pickers shop in LeClair, Indiana. The American Pickers shop should be a ...
... everywhere. Old post master building. Court rooms MAGNIFICENT. Went into a jury retiring room. Very interesting. Again a private tour. Quirky fact - Federal Court has the US shield on the wall like we have the Dieu et mon Droit equivalent. The eagle faces the peace leaves held in left talon when US not at war, when at war the shields are redesigned and the eagle faces right talon which holds spears!
Then back to the State Court across the road and watched ...
... border about an hour along lake Michigan. We played in the water for about an hour. Longer then if it had been at a salt water beach considering how much water my son got in his mouth. He had a blast and my parents loved watching him play.
It does cost a small fee to enter the park but after a short drive you round a corner and its worth it. As you drive around the last corner you are met with ...
... near Kalamazoo. We stopped early enough to find a spot in a State park, make potato salad and steak for supper, and now enjoy marshmallows on the fire. We’ve been missing the relaxed times of out west, so look forward to times like this.
Tomorrow, we head over the American/Canadian border into
Sarnia. It’ll be nice to be back in Canada again, visiting is wonderful, but coming home is ...