Coshocton Village Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Over the last few days we have been getting ready to leave for the 7 week RV trip that we are taking. This mostly involved me hanging out with family while Grandma sorted out the route, checked the bookings and got the groceries etc. I spent Saturday and Sunday morning with the Lenon clan. We checked out the club that they have just joined so that Calvin, Owen and Piper can join the swim ...
... at Tamarack again. Larry and I had a bowl of sausage and been chowder which was delicious. Larry had a piece of cornbread and we shared a bowl of peach praline bread pudding. In the afternoon we watched "The Quiet Man" set in Ireland with John Wayne and Maureen O’Hara. We stopped mid-afternoon in West Virginia at a McDonald’s and we tried the ...
When I got home from church this morning we packed and did some last chores around the house. We left shortly after 1:00 driving north on Rt. 36/3. Our first stop was Derek's house where we dropped off some leftovers that need to be eaten. We visited for a few minutes and set up a meeting next Sunday on our way home to have supper at Derek's.
Then we headed north to Mount Vernon but cut across the south end to Rt. 229 for a bit shorter route, meeting ...
... br> The first was Hershberger's bakery which surprised with the range of simply presented baked and preserved goods they produced such as jams, spreads, preserved fruits and vegetables, popcorn, a myriad of breads, cakes and pastries, and even beef jerky. The most interesting items were the local delicacies such as chop chop, not the illegal tobacco we know but a mix of pickled cabbage, onions and chillies, as well as corn mush. We bought a few things to try and a ...
... like to be sketched or photographed. Many artists create reproductions of the Amish people without faces in respect of this conviction" (it was on a slip of paper in the shop). I also found the "Original Quilt shop" which has all locally hand crafted patch work products. While I was in there making a purchase, an Amish family came in with a big plastic bag with their hand made products in it which they put in the shop on consignment! I found a couple of nice patchwork table centre ...