The Eagle Cliff Inn Bed & Breakfast
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I left C******, Ohio to day after spending some very enjoyable times with Gary and Sandy - thank you both for your welcome and hospitality and thank you Gary for taking the time to share some of your wealth of Buick knowledge with during the process of ...
Out of a chance discussion with one of the hotel staff (thanks Carrie) about things to do in and around the area I learned of the Cross-Country skiing and snow-shoeing facility at the Chaplin Forest Reservation. As I have never tried either, off I went and had a great time - spent an hour getting use to Cross-Country skiing and then did an hour of Snow-Shoeing and enjoyed it too. Had I known earlier I would have gone several more times.
I also went the next day to ...
In Ohio, and a few other states, they salt the roads during Winter to help keep them free of ice and snow. Unfortunately, it has a few less desirable side affects. To aid in minimising this undesirable side affect people do interesting things to their (often) interesting vehicles!! Have a look at the attached photos. ...
... condition, but that it had the most desirable upgrade block in it - a 'blue' 455!! It seems in Buick land, that for the 455, the 1975 & 76 blocks were the most desirable and the 1970 through 74 heads were the most desirable (compression ratios dropped each year, so 1970 is the highest at 10.5:1 through to mine at 8.2:1).
I had a really good time, and more to come on Saturday.
... and the temp dropped even further overnight to a combined -22C (-7F - I thankfully was asleep in my warm bed at that time!).
I have never known cold like this - I really do wonder how people adapt to it! I even have Stalactites hanging from the undersides of the ...