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I had intended to get an early start today. Well, that didn't happen. Packing for a trip when you're still unpacking from a move is a real challenge. I eventually found most of what I wanted to pack. After more struggles, I eventually got everything in the car. I put on the bike rack, loaded the three ...
... little town of Sugarcreek mainly because we know that a lot of Airstreamers enjoy going there for rallies. It had a different feel from the other towns we drove through today since it had a Swiss theme going on.
From Sugarcreek we drove on towards Dalton where we stopped (per instructions from you know who you are!) at P Graham Dunn’s. What a fascinating place! We were a little too late to see much happening on the factory floor below the store, ...
... towns. Urbana OH had a whole section of Victorian homes tha were in great shape. It looked like they were having open house because there was a line of people waiting to get in many of them. And it was amazing how many American flags out across middle America. And then there was the following series of signs along the side of the road:
"I am on hold"
"Now I ...
We departed from Olney at 2:30 pm and arrived in Zanesville around 9:45 pm. Once we got past Frederick the traffic was very light. It was very scenic driving through Western Maryland. It is one of our favorite drives. We went through a couple of rain storms, but they came and went ...
... and Switzerland. At that time "Dutch" was a broader term that meant what we today call Flemish, Dutch or German. The terms "High Dutch" (German) and "Low Dutch" (Dutch, "nether" means "low") were used to make a clearer distinction between what we now call German (from Latin) or Dutch (from Old High German).
We visited the Visitor Center and saw the 10 foot by 265 foot mural called Behalt. http://www.behalt.com/ Very interesting. The ...
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed