The Polly Harper Inn
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... some interesting areas due to construction the GPS didn't seem to know about. There are more churches here than I have ever seen in one place before. They must be a God fearing people to have that many in just one block! We also caught the tail end of an air show where the Blue Angels were performing. We drove by both the Cleveland Browns and the Cleveland Indians stadium.
We made it as far as Conneaut, OH and found a place ...
Leaving Cleveland was a major pain. We faced detour after detour. Mostly it was due to construction, but that was not the case in the local park where we were supposed to pick up a bike path along the shore. We were evacuated by police, who were in the park with fire fighters and medics. They already had it taped off and were yelling at the large crowd ...
... m replacing the gloves on John's strongman shirt and also adjusting the size of a pair of pants that Arwen purchased a few days ago. The weather is absolutely perfect and there was a nice breeze coming through the windows.
Our two shows were, like yesterday, very well attended. We are a tradition here for so many families and as I mentioned above, the Amish come from all over to see us. John (as J.P.) had an Amish family come up to buy coloring books during intermission ...
... shirt. The gloves are becoming threadbare and hole-y from repeated use so I've been hand-sewing Velcro to a new pair that need to be attached to the stretch arms. Should be done tomorrow.
We walked downtown before the show and ended up eating at Linda's Restaurant, an Amish restaurant with AMAZING food we came to find out. I had creamed chicken and biscuits and we split a slice of custard pie.
Today was magical. Today was the kind of day where you look around while the show is going on and you see lots of people smiling, kids laughing, and applause that threatens your eardrums. You stand just on the edge of the tent so that you're half in the outside world and half in the circus world and you marvel at what is created within a small canvas tent. There is real magic here and working within it day in and day out dulls your senses and makes the ...