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... building as I entered through the door. Yes, the first place that makes really good coffee! Donkey! I walked in, ordered a large latte, double strength. I have been in heaven ever since!
Some of the pictures in this post are from the Dairy Barn Arts Centre. The current exhibition is called The Art We Use. I loved it, there was something about it that made me smile. I ...
We decided to take the day and REALLY search for the lakes in the area as well as the city that our friend Christi grew up in. No problem, right? HA!
We took all of the roads the signs say to go on and drove in circles for what felt like hours. Nothing! Turn around and find our way back.
This is twice now in two days that we ...
We started our day with driving out to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Unfortunately there was no way for us to get in to see anything. So bummed!
The irony of the warning signs along the roads cracked me up. (See photos)
So we continued along Highway 70 into Ohio. We drove through Richmond, Springfield and Columbus before stopping in Buckeye Lake. ...
And the last road side stop. The hot dog museum at o Betty's red hot dog and sausages. Lots of burlesque memorabilia here. Interesting hole in the wall place located in Ohio states college town. Brandon is now 3 1/2 for 5. Good job. Almost home and route 50 seems just a bit less ...
... some grass covered mounds in what looks like a hilly golf
I tend to think of most towns in Ohio has being dominated by
factories but passed through two on the way, Lebanon and Wilmington, that had
very nice town centers with historic buildings, farmers markets taking place,
and bed and breakfast inns, a pleasant surprise. The route took me through the
last counties I had not yet been through in Ohio, so with Gallia County on the
Ohio River I can now say ...