Coshocton Village Inn & Suites
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A story appeared August 12 in the Coshocton Tribune about Don's entire walking career and the amazing story of how he inspired Regis Shivers, who later died of cancer. Here's the story: http://search.coshoctontribune.com/sp?e Id=100&gcId=3710385&rNum=1& url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.coshoctontribune.c om%2Fapps%2Fpbcs.dll%2Farticle%3FAID%3D 2008808120320&siteIdType=2
... bought for Burning Man last year and hit the road.
I wanted to stop somewhere close to Columbus, IN but due to my late start plus stops for gas, dinner and supplies I knew that wasn't going to happen. I wound up stopping in Cambridge, OH, about four hours short of Columbus.
I got to my room, got on the ...
... to get out and walk around when it cools off a little more. As a side note for our RVing friends, this park was rated 10/10/10 in Trailer Life. This is Ohio’s only park rated this highly. It even has an indoor pool.
It has been a warm day but the humidity hasn’t been too high today. By the way…as a point of historical interest…today is the 5th anniversary of the purchase of our house in DWLP!
We drove 98 miles ...
... towns. Urbana OH had a whole section of Victorian homes tha were in great shape. It looked like they were having open house because there was a line of people waiting to get in many of them. And it was amazing how many American flags out across middle America. And then there was the following series of signs along the side of the road:
"I am on hold"
"Now I ...
We departed from Olney at 2:30 pm and arrived in Zanesville around 9:45 pm. Once we got past Frederick the traffic was very light. It was very scenic driving through Western Maryland. It is one of our favorite drives. We went through a couple of rain storms, but they came and went ...