Commodore Perry Inn and Suites
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In 3 weeks we leave from Vermilion, OH, driving Dan's Ford F350 truck, to pick up our fifth wheel trailer which is stored in Huntsville, AL. Hopefully the weather will be good March 15th when we leave. At least it'll be better than the ...
... she will start a new job next week with Pandora music in Cleveland. What great news! We've got warm and cold weather clothes, hiking gear, an inflatable two-man kayak, bikes, and an itinerary that should satisfy our wanderlust and highlight the varied landscape of the Pacific Northwest. I hope you'll enjoy our trip vicariously through my blog. First overnight stop...Indiana Dunes State ...
... We pretty much had our pick of tent sites at the KOA and Anthony found a beauty on the edge of a marsh in front of Sandusky Bay. We didn't have much luck building a fire for lack of kindling, but we were too tired to care. After setting up camp, we quickly made some sandwiches and put some food and beer in our bellies and hit the rack about 9:00PM. ...
We have been planning this vacation/trip since we purchased our "new to us" motorhome. It has been 25 years since we visited some of the national parks out west and with the cameras we now own we thought it would be fun to revisit some parks we have been to before and add some new ones to our itinerary.
We started out this morning and almost immediately returned home for forgotten items. Then finally hit the road about 8:30 am. A quick stop ...
... between Six Flags New Jersey and Cedar Point Ohio???? At SFNJ, you are put through a metal detector and your bag is searched. Neither of these things happen at CPOH.
First ride, straight off the bat, was Millennium Force. Voted the world's best steel roller coaster many times. Its climb hill is 94m high. Its drop is 85 degrees on the other side, and it reaches a speed of 150km/h with a G force of 4.5. The smoothness and speed ...