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- Easy drive but really didn't get far?!..despite explicit instructions I managed to get turned around ( ie lost)leaving Kitchener just as I did entering it!!!...not an easy "on/ off" from 401!!
- Mindless TV ....fits my mood tonight!!
... to be the “crowning jewel of the south shore of Lake Erie” and who are we to argue?
Along the coast of the lake little further we passed passed Cedar Point, the “second-oldest operating amusement park in the United States.” Unfortunately – this being a Monday - it wasn’t operating! But we did enjoy a remarkably high quality fish lunch on the grass outside a remarkably shabby little fish and fries shop. The ...
I was so excited to realize that I've run 888 miles for you Ciaran! That puts us just a little north of Bowling Green, Ohio. We are almost to the state of Michigan, which is the last state before we get to Canada!!
I think that the coolest thing about Bowling Green, Ohio has to be the wind turbines. Just outside of town, there are 4 giant wind turbines. They use the power of ...
I started the day with a drive from Youngstown, OH to lovely Punderson State Park. By the way, state parks are awesome-- each one has its own lovely surprise, plus at Punderson I got a free chocolate chip cookie from the Punderson Porch ladies, plus a beautiful hike and a hot shower for free. It turns out that staying clean on the road is ...
... so green and pretty. It's been mostly farm roads. The route we're taking is very busy with a narrow shoulder though. Ohioans are by far the rudest drivers towards cyclists that I've encountered. We passed a stand that said Veg Veg on a sign. I turned around and bought a tomato. The man selling them told us that he has a Garden of Eden in his backyard. I asked if I could get a picture, and he walked me back. He proudly grew tomatoes, string beans, and peppers. ...