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... where he pursued his ambition in political, military, and law affairs, never once returning to the settlement he established. The village of Cleaveland was incorporated on December 23, 1814 and its first citizen of European extract was Lorenzo Carter, who made Cleveland a solid source for trade. He also built a large log cabin for newcomers to settle in. The spelling of the ...
... br> We made really good time and got home at 2:00. It took us about 45 minutes to unload and about that long to go through our mail. It is so nice to be home, however, Beckett keeps going back in the RV and just sits there. I think she is confused.
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... 19.00 a night called Evergreen Lake Park, just a few miles from town. Our dirty laundry had been growing and occupying the back half of the van, so we desperately needed a laundry stop. We found a laundry cross from the city hall and while Ted kept watch on the laundry, Sheree made dinner. We found our spot for the night and Ted worked on planning for next summer's student Europe trips, Sheree worked on the blog. Quiet evening ...
... to evacuate. Later I found out someone had been murdered there. It's pretty rough on the east side. We got through as fast as possible. A man yelled that he hoped I got ran over by a car, even though I was following traffic laws. People are uneducated on bike laws in general. I was completely exhausted when I got to camp. Perry is a small town supported ...
Our first date back in Ohio! Our jump was only 17 miles this morning which was luxurious compared to the jump across New York a few days ago. The lot is right on the water and within walking distance of a few diners/cafes.
As soon as we parked, John and I walked down to the marina where we hoped to find a restaurant open for breakfast. Alas, there was no such thing, but we met a nice cat who was hanging out on a large rock, watched some boats go into ...