Quality Inn & Suites Marion
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So Tyler is still challenged in the area of map studies. He opens it, covers himself in it and can't fold it! Aren't they teaching this in second grade? C'mon common core. So I used Pinterest to inspire some travel games & ideas. If the kids are being "good" their name clips remain on the visor. If there is whining, complaining or fighting their names come down. Every hour on the hour the r2d2 cooler ...
... snuggling with two very comfortable dogs. Flambeau jumped right in stretching out on the soft silky sleeping bag, while Klaas took on the
role of tent guard. Apart from some growling at rabbits/raccoons/deer around
midnight and occasional snapping at lightning bugs, it went well. Our first real camping stop – Colorado. If only there weren't a freezing torrential rain forecast
over the ...
An early morning wake up for us to be at the Rotary club of Carbondale breakfast meeting. After quickly running out to the car and turning everything to maximum heat, I discovered a the gps had ice across the screen and our drink bottles were frozen solid a quick glance at the temperature display showed 9F (-12C), so once again Janine had a bout of tourettes..... We ...
On awakening we were greeeted with about 15cm of fresh snow, Sorry Utah you didn't put on a show this trip! After breakfast i was initiated with the snow shovel..... I'm sure I've seen petrol powered snow blowers in the stores but anyway, I diligently shovelled snow whilst Janine supervised.
Due to ...
... lunches) and ham.
It was a cool 52 F and the sky was clear. We headed south to rejoin the Ohio River Scenic Road. Not far out of town there were fields of corn on one side and strip mining for coal on the other side of the road.
Went to the Garden of the Gods in Shawnee National forest. High rocky outcrop with weathered sandstone rocks from when the area was an inland sea. Lovely area and quite a lot of visitors. We took a short 1/4 mile walk to see the ...