Comfort Inn East
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... to be in full force while we are actually in Ohio. We have figured out a rough guest list and have tentatively booked our reception hall.
So finally after a crazy few weeks of weddings, last minute trip details, and visiting with family we are on the road but not until after a long start to the first day. We had planned on filling up our propane tank, stopping by BassPro for an extra fishing pole, and Lowes to grab a few master locks before ...
... as the sun rises. I can feel the change in the sky. We did not drive all night, though I was surprised to see how well we all did pulling off and sleeping at a wayside rest. Five hours! And I didn't even have to load/unload the tent and gear. Despite break in the clouds/rain, the ground and everything our gear would touch is completely soaked. Today we will look for ...
10:12am We were up at 5 today but couldn't start driving until 8. There was a rooster crowing in the neighborhood that we parked in. He started crowing his little brains out at like 1am....he was still crowing when we left. Sublimely annoying! On the plus side, pilot has gooood coffee and I got a breakfast sandwich with halepenos! if you know me at all, then you know that breakfast sandwiches are one of my favorite foods.....fresh raspberries being my absolute ...
... 1992 Coachman and called up the owner. Within a month we agreed on a price and made a deal.
The RV's name is the Blue Beagle, named after Charles Darwin's Voyage of the Beagle. Not my first choice of names, but it stuck. There is a blue stripe down the side of it, so it is somewhat fitting. Its older and a little rough around the edges, but it was kept up with very well by the previous owner.
After purchasing the Blue Beagle we had ...
well it was rough yesterday...really rough. So this morning we got a Uhaul - repacked all our stuff in less than two hours and sold Marybell for a maddening $400. Then we flipped her the bird and drove away in a new younger model. And she went off to the place RV's ...