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Travel Blogs from Logan
... the bridge to West Virginia, designation Hillbilly Hot Dogs.
Great hot dogs, great fried pickles, and something new for us, fried Mac and Cheese. For dinner we had a picnic with corn, tomatoes, peaches, and cantaloupe.....no more fried food for ...
... a hydroplane boat race), and a three day party.
We meet Cain, Patricia, Shane (Cain's Centennial, Wy. neighbor), and Shane's son Sheydon at the Riverside Inn. Every time we hookup with Cain and Patricia we have a great time. Even though the boat race was canceled because of all the debris in the river, because of all the flooding up and down the river, we ...
Finally heading West!!!!
After a lovely visit and lunch with my Mom, I headed to 70West.
I'm going to be on this road for a long long time.
Stopped to see my second family in Columbus. Jessica and Bryan. I sang in their wedding, and I used to live with them in Lithopolis. I was living here last summer when I got my job in Madison.
Love these people. I'm going to kidnap them someday and keep them forever.
... to an RV dealer and we bought a replacement and installed it. Works fine. Back in business. We hooked the water up to it and no more leaks. Jack's brother, Jerry, just couldn't help himself and had to clean up the outside of the camper for us. Lunch at Appleby's. Thanks Jack.
... of his raids. The caverns themselves are a natural wonder housing some of the world's largest and most intricate geological sculptures. Only the Divine would hide beauty in the bowels of the earth and conceal them for millions of years for some stalwart adventurer to remove a rock door.
For the first part of the tour, I was the only tourist in a massive cave, but in the "ballroom" (where the locals layed tile ...