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... register us and then one of the "Perms" or permanent residents, who happened to stop in to purchase a couple of sodas, escorted us over to our site. We set up camp in short order as the storm clouds gathered in earnest. The PGA championship golf tournament was being held just south of us in Louisville, Kentucky so we watched it live on TV while we decompressed from the long day ...
... Road, Richmond, IN.
This is the same KOA as last time, so there really isn't much new to say about the campground. There are more people here than last time.
Tonight we had Grandma's cheese and bean quesadillas for supper and they were delicious. Tomorrow should be a shorter ride because were headed to Cambridge, Ohio.
See you all soon!
Our way to Indiana was relatively quick and simple. We left from Washington, PA and headed to Wheeling, West Virginia. There we crossed the Ohio River into Ohio. We drove down I-70 through Ohio, going around Colombus and Dayton. We had left about 10 a.m. and arrived around 5 p.m.
... t have a sponsor, Al, our bill poster, left free kids tickets around the town to encourage folks to come out to the show. There’s a tiny circus coming to Eaton in 11 days that had their free tickets out too…I’m just glad we were here first! We’re tucked away a bit from town so we didn’t get a lot of folks driving by and deciding to stop, but the people who did come enjoyed themselves and many told me they hope we’ll be back next year.
... creeped us out a bit because there weren’t any lights anywhere.
Anyway, the Rushville show was at a fairground lot also, we were finally on grass, and there was a Goodwill store walkable from the lot. All in all, a pretty perfect arrangement. There are houses bordering the fairgrounds and I kept wandering what it would be like to step out on your back porch and see tigers not 50 feet away from you.
John and I walked up to ...