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Travel Blogs from Bellville
... Too tired
to make it to Cleveland so stopped at a campground. Beautiful place but
not a spot for our trailer. Moved on to the next campground. Nope.
It's luau night and no spots. Walmart national park here we come!!
Stopped for a steak
dinner before Walmart. It was a great meal that included 2 appetizers, 2 entrees and drinks. It was delicious and cost
less than last nights 2 appetizers and 2 drinks!!
... I am talking about…and that is all OK!
We woke to a beautiful morning and took our time getting ready to head out, leaving camp about 9:45 local time. By the way, we both really enjoyed reading all the comments and e mails regarding yesterday’s blog! Thanks, and keep those cards and letters coming!
Heading northward, we drove around Cincinnati on I-275 to I-71. As we crossed the Ohio River into Ohio at 10:23, ...
... down town there was a little bit of traffic noise but nothing that kept me up all night. We swam for a while then came back to the room and hung our swim suits and shorts on the shower curtain rod to dry.
In the morning as we were packing up, I went to grab our suits when my shorts would not come down. The rod was going in one leg and out the other. I was for sure my dad was playing joke on me. After pulling for a minute or two ...
... had the gun I sold"
When I realized Gambier was just 5 miles of of Rt 66, I had to stop. It was 2:30 so I decided to stay and do a walk down memory lane. I checked into the Kenyon Inn and toured the campus. First time back in 41 years and it has changed very little. Had a great dinner, met a couple people, and I am writing this on the veranda with a cold beer. The perfect ending ...
... another explanation. Some linguists have made the case that the term Pennsylvania Dutch goes back to the original English use of the word "Dutch." Although there is no definitive evidence that links it to the term Pennsylvania Dutch, it is a fact that in the English of the 18th and 19th centuries, the word "Dutch" referred to anyone from a wide range of Germanic regions, places that we now distinguish as the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, ...