Bellefontaine Inn Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Met Jim and Sue at meeting place shortly after 9:00am this morning. We're doing the first leg of our journey with them! Nice to have some travel buddies :) We left London at 9:30 am. Good weather - Clear and sunny all the way. Stopped in Toledo Ohio to purchase a hot spot. After much running around, bought one, got it set up and now we have wifi while on the road Stayed in Wapakaneta KOA. Arrived around ...
... we were there.
After that, we went downtown and visited the businesses that are advertising the circus and/or selling tickets. We thanked each of them and wished them a successful and fun circus. Downtown St. Paris has an AMAZING bulk food store that I wanted to buy out, but luckily we don't have room for that much, so we bought some bulk sesame sticks and some sodas. A little further down the way, we happened up on a ...
... is. I will be blogging the entire time that I am in China so you can check back to see more updates as time progresses. I have yet to setup a concrete update schedule since I have yet to see what my day-to-day schedule will consist of. This will be worked out at a later date! So welcome and I hope this blog proves to be interesting and resourceful!
... Senator, US Attorney General and US Ambassador to India. I'm 75 miles from the next border crossing into Indiana.
Mileage is down somewhat. I'm just enjoying the runs now. No pressure for a while. I still like to do the occasional longer run of 6-12 miles. I think I'll go longer as it gets cooler and drier but for now this is about it.
... lack of stress doing the occasional six to twelve miler just to keep in shape.
Marysville has some great buildings as seen in the pictures and is the first city in OH to use inflatable dam technology on the Mill Creek. Slogging on to the next state, which I believe is Indiana.