The Zoar Breakfast Haus & Inn
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... school, but nonetheless a good fit for some! We really took the time in Ohio to see some family history. It was so neat to see everything! Also Pam was working on a beautiful DIY project, making a wall of wine corks. Can't wait to see the finished product:) Thank you to John and Pam for having us in your home! We love y'all! Until next time, M and ...
... schedule set up for us, including a couple of daycares, a YMCA summer camp, the Chamber of Commerce meeting (these folks are the ones bringing the circus in), some of the ticket outlets and local businesses, a residential & habilitation service for people with developmental disabilities, and a local Mexican restaurant.
We seriously had an awesome day...Christa, as ...
... stop at Dairy Queen for a quick refreshment, we went to our last event of the day at a library. John had a really great crowd for that show, but again, I missed most of it because a handful of sponsors all called me back at the same time, so I set up a makeshift office outside and worked while John performed.
All in all, a very nice day...it was wonderful to catch up with Jeff again and to get to know Tom and Cindy. Next stop, Hartville!
... to get out and walk around when it cools off a little more. As a side note for our RVing friends, this park was rated 10/10/10 in Trailer Life. This is Ohio’s only park rated this highly. It even has an indoor pool.
It has been a warm day but the humidity hasn’t been too high today. By the way…as a point of historical interest…today is the 5th anniversary of the purchase of our house in DWLP!
We drove 98 miles ...
... did also. Also, another younger kid wanted to stand next to John for most of his performance and at the end, when John manically gives a 10 second overview of what you’ll see at the circus, the kid was trying to imitate John’s arm movements while he was doing them. It was hilarious.
Last even for the day was in a park and thankfully in the shade. He did his performance in front of a stage area there for about 20 people ...
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