The O'Neil House Bed and Breakfast
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Day 41: 103 miles from Marysville to Wooster,OH
Warmer today and started out drizzly. Just realised HOW English I sound that I even start my entries with the weather. Few more turns so had to pay attention and Kettie kept me on a tight reign as I attempted to take us the wrong way on one occasion. The others just thought we were in search of ice cream so let us be!
... amounts of wines and spirits. The theme of the festivities was independence from foreign tyrants, and we joined the people of the land as they took pleasure in the colourful works of fire exploding in the night skies.
CHAPTER 2 Days spend in the bosom of family soon came to an end, and the journey was to resume once again. Thus, we girded our loins, and prepared to continue that which was commanded of us. We journeyed in a ...
... were not so fortunate in the exchange.
So, check in and travel with us for the next 36 days to wherever we end up. I suspect we will ponder our next move with friends over a good bottle of Napa red… Should you choose to hide us from your Facebook feed, there is no shame. Until next time, Peter Pan put it best when he said, "Second star to the right and straight on till morning." –Dan ...
11pm. Parked on a residential street. Jp says we couldn't have driven a minute more! Dinner from a nearby convenience store (cashews and nutty bars). There was a huge, agitated guy in the store talking in grunts. Totally sketch. We ate at a picnic table for Ohio city ice cream. There were some guys hanging out at another table....one of them was talking about how he could eat chips until he ...
... understatement. On to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. After visiting the Country Music Hall of Fame, we both agreed, it was a bit on the lame side. Because rock and roll grew partly out of country there are a lot of artists that are in both museums. Then there was the 80's..... need I say more? :) Back to the parking garage for the wild ride down. ...