Courtyard By Marriott Dayton North
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... built. It was here that the Treaty of Greenville was signed on August 3, 1795, bringing peace to the area and opening up the Northwest Territory for settlement. Fort Greene Ville was named for Wayne's fellow General Nathanael Greene.
Notable companies include the FRAM Group, Leading automotive care products manufacturer; include FRAM® oil, air, transmission and fuel filters ...
Visited Kenny and Tracie. Drove into Springboro, Centreville and Wright Patterson, AFB. The whole area is very laid back and gorgeous. Drove into Dayton...not as nice, the Oregon District was nice. The Green outdoor shopping area was really nice. Went to the Yankee Trace Country Club for Jenn's B-Day Brunch. (Jenn, Dan, Kenny, Tracy, Alex, Phil & Julie. Went to Paul Brown stadium to watch the Steelers beat the Bengals ...
... tasty for just 8 dollars plus tax. Every marked price is plus tax and tax differs everywhere - it's quite annoying after a while.
Anyway, dinner done and less than 580 miles to go - another hour on the road should make tomorrow much easier and give us more time in ...
... there were lots of shade trees.
These things are always a little tough, especially when they play Taps,
but I know the families appreciated the recognition and the crowd that braved
the heat to be present.
We’re going to dinner soon and then I’ll try to stop at
the Fam Camp office to use their WiFi so I can get this posted. Tomorrow, we head for Clinton, IN and another
Thousand Trails Park.
... then I hadn't yet been on Crystal!). Finally talked Jim into coming with me on a Meditteranean cruise this past May -- again on Crystal Serenity. He didn't want to do it at all, but after we got back said the only problem was that he felt full all the time -- well, if you eat everything available at every meal, you just might feel full. Anyway, this cruise was just about perfect as well (except for the transatl ...