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
Tomorrow is travel day. We leave Dundee, Ohio and head towards Petersburg, Michigan. Our stay here has been more restful and laid back than our previous stops. I am so glad Mike chose this particular area.
The land, with its rolling hills and open fields, has a singular beauty and the unadorned landscape ...
... farms and acres upon acres of fields of corn, wheat, hay, oats and barley.
Along our way to the farm, we came upon several Amish buggies, with their big Standardbreds trotting along at an incredible clip. Some of the roads we were traveling had hills that were both steep and long. Those horses are pure strength, stamina and beauty.
We passed through ...
... it. Fox kept running to the back of the site and up over the little incline.
Sure enough, there are two huge farms with a large open field sitting between them. The sheep were welcoming us, along with the goats, cows and horses. We truly are in farm country.
Hopefully, tomorrow we will get to explore the area with no further interruptions.
Bye for now and stay well.
... open sites, no next door neighbors within feet of you.
Even more interesting, we are right in the middle of Ohio's Amish country. In fact Holmes County, Ohio is the home of the world's largest Amish settlement. We saw our first Amish horse and buggy trotting down the road as we drove up to the RV park.
A good day all around.
Bye for now and stay ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center