Cedarbrook Campground

Address: 760 Franklin Road, Lebanon, Warren County, Ohio, 45036, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 760 Franklin Road, Lebanon, is near Warren County Historical Society Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Lebanon

Last Great Day/Eighth Day

A travel blog entry by ailsabraun on Oct 05, 2015

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... before the afternoon service, knowing that some might leave directly afterward. Most of the people at this Feast site, I did not know beforehand, but Crystal was there, whom we had met at the Women's Weekend in Greensboro. Also Teri from Greensboro. We also knew Janet Treadway a little, and the girls met a a few people from various camps over the years.

The afternoon service was short. The choir sang "God Gives His People ...

Spiritual Food, Fellowship, & Fun

A travel blog entry by ailsabraun on Oct 04, 2015

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... That would have been so embarrassing -and costly!

Between the morning seminar yesterday and the webcast service from Sevierville, we went on a tour of the Home Office. We had taken one nine years ago when the girls were small, but that was some time ago, and a number of things have changed. It was of particular interest to Heidi, who hopes to attend ABC next year. I was happy to be in the tour led by Janet Treadway, ...

Days Three and Four of The Feast

A travel blog entry by ailsabraun on Oct 01, 2015

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... Jim's today. I've never been to one before. It reminds me of a World Market store, only it is so much bigger, and organized by country or region. There was a whole big aisle full of British food, some of which I miss. I bought a bottle of Heinz salad cream, which I wasn't able to bring back from my February trip to Scotland, since I had no check-in luggage, and you are strictly limited to a total of 3 oz of liquids/gels. I also bought some other ...

A Wonderful First Holy Day

A travel blog entry by ailsabraun on Sep 28, 2015

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... off tochoir practice. We sang "Our God Is An Awesome God" for the afternoon service - a piece I hope to do with the choir in Charlotte some time soon. It is a very energetic and inspiring piece!

Soon after services, there was a buffet dinner for which people had bought tickets ahead of time. It was very classy, and the tables reminded me of those we ate around, at the Greensboro Women's Enrichment Weekend back in June. I waas hoping to get to sit ...

Back in London?

A travel blog entry by ailsabraun on Sep 26, 2015

4 comments, 3 photos

... to explain what we believe and why. But it depends on the situation, as he pointed out with many practical tips. We don't pour out everything we know about a topic, for instance, when the person was just curious where we go on Saturdays.

After a drive of a few more hours, we arrived at our motel in London. That is, London, KY. :) We had a nice dinner at a steak place, although Heidi, Heather and I just wanted salads and bread. My salad ...