The Zoar Breakfast Haus & Inn
Travel Blogs from Zoar
The sound of the big Standardbreds trotting down the road carries so that you can hear them coming long before you see them.
We were able to talk with several of the Amish that were in and around then campground. One night we ate at Mrs. Yoder's Restaurant, one of several places to ...
... How about lemurs and baboons, a Spur Turtle and kangaroos.
No, no this is not a zoo. OK, maybe it is with all the camels, zebras and water buffalo with the largest collection of sheep, goats, deer, antelope and elk I've ever see.
But our favorite was the giraffe.
A long day, but we had a blast! Ain't Freedom great?
Bye for now and stay ...
... the campground and was almost back to our RV, when I see these two little cherubs standing outside their trailer looking lost. As I passed the trailer, I could hear yelling and what sounded like something being thrown around in the trailer. The two little ones, maybe three and five, started to cry, and said their Daddy was fighting with Mommy. The yelling got louder and it really unnerved me. ...
The morning routine, getting the RV ready to hit the road, went off without a hitch. Well, technically, there is a hitch, on the tow dolly, but never mind that. Each time we put the car on or off the dolly, it gets easier. Practice...etc. We wanted to get an earlier start than usual because the forecast was for severe thunderstorms and high winds. Traveling through heavy rain ...
... so I could call my beautiful Mama (and avoid any heart attacks or meltdowns ) We made it to the little town of Cadiz, Ohio around 7:00pm and drove down a very long and unpromising dirt road until we found Harrison State Forest which has 7 free campsites! So we spent night 7 - much more content - in the middle of the woods in Ohio ...
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