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This morning we woke up later than we planned and finished up packing odds and ends. We said our farewells to Bella and seriously considered puppy-napping her and stealing her off to Canada. With heavy hearts we got into the car around 11 and started our journey up north with multiple considerations of turning around and getting her. The drive was uneventful, we drove through Missouri, Illinois, Indiana and ended in Ohio were we slept in out car. ...
... is was we arrive at the hotel at 7:30 PM. I do not remember where we ate lunch but by then the storms in eastern Ohio were fully developed. Most of the next five hours were spent driving in heavy rain; at least there were not many big trucks on those roads. By the time we reached the hotel the only options in the immediate area were: Wendy's, McDonalds, or order from Domino's. Over Mary's objections we drove 10 miles to town to a Pizza Hut (one half star better than ...
... Too tired
to make it to Cleveland so stopped at a campground. Beautiful place but
not a spot for our trailer. Moved on to the next campground. Nope.
It's luau night and no spots. Walmart national park here we come!!
Stopped for a steak
dinner before Walmart. It was a great meal that included 2 appetizers, 2 entrees and drinks. It was delicious and cost
less than last nights 2 appetizers and 2 drinks!!
... luckily weren’t slowed down by it. Judy, FYI…when we stopped for gasoline it was $3.59/galleon. We are getting right at 10 MPG which includes sitting parked with the motor running several times. We did manage to take a scenic tour of low rent housing in Columbus which actually looked much better than some we have seen in other cities in the past.
We left the interstate at 2:35 heading towards Butler, Ohio which was to be ...
... about the history of the prison and the inmates that are still housed there. Yes, I mean a ghost tour. Regardless of what tour you are on you are not allowed to take pictures out of the windows. Bordering the now closed prison is two active prisons. It is a federal crime to photograph an active prison. This I did not know. We could look out the window and see 100's of orange suits dotting the prison yards.
After the prison ...