BEST WESTERN Napoleon Inn & Suites
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... be buried. We drove hard and made it out of Iowa, through Illinois, Indiana, and into Ohio. We stayed the night in Ohio tired, cramped from the day (three dogs in a Uhaul is not recommended) but happy. No worries all day with the Uhaul! Another push for NY ...
... was pretty uneventful, with endless miles of trees and fields. We stopped just before we crossed into Ohio for a bit of lunch, eating the left over pizza we had. Got in to our motel around 2 and were going to watch the race, but it’s not on TV here, so Dan dropped me off at a quilt shop while he went to Andersons. Then we did a bit more shopping and went out for dinner. Only 2 more nights and then we'll be home again. We sure have had a wonderful ...
... we like it.
We get to the border and get pulled over for inspection. This is the first time we have had this. My own fault really, I usually check the border patrol website for admissible foods and I didn’t. We had the dreaded chicken and eggs on board. There currently is a ban due to the H1N1 virus. The border people are really very nice and it doesn’t take too long to get on the
... the offer of a bag of crisps (chips) for lunch. How wrong could I have been; the assorted guests, friends, and indeed one of the hosts, from the Rocking Horse joined us around a table heaving with goodies. I couldn't possibly regale you with a list of what was on offer – but it was fresh, largely home made and absolutely delicious. The peach cobbler probably took the prize as most delicious dish. The conversation rolled on - not normally what a ...
... try to at least stay standing up for the full 32 hours. Their motto is "stand for those who can't", which reminds me a lot of our I Run 4 group. :)
Another big event in the city of Bowling Green is the annual Black Swamp Arts Festival. The city blocks off Main Street, and fills the streets with artists showing their work. There are also musicians, children's activities, and ...