Days Inn Middletown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We stopped for the night in Cincinnati and unloaded the car to repackage and get ready for the big sale. The 127 yardsale starts this morning and it's raining. It's ok we have seen so much so far and had great weather. A little rain will not hurt ...
We arrived in Ohio woohoo!!!! The big sale starts in two days we can't wait. We have seen signs already and tables being set up. On the way to Oxford to our hotel we found another covered bridge the first one for Ohio. The Pugh Mill Bridge now called the Black Bridge. It stands in its original location but no through traffic allowed. This is the longest bridge so far at 220 feet long and 25 ft high. It was built in 1868-69 for access to a saw ...
... present. It was surprising to see so many British Aircraft, including a rare Bristol Beaufighter. There was also a missile silo-like building housing quite a few rockets. Side exhibits included the Aviation Hall of Fame and a chance to fly a space shuttle simulator (which couldn’t be resisted)!
The afternoon saw us at Carillon Historical Park, touring the many old buildings and exhibits in the 65 acre setting ...
... stacked easily in the back of our van. We dedicated one for each meal (breakfast, lunch, dinner) and one for snacky things like s'mores, pudgy pies, etc. We used these storage containers for all non-perishable food items. We planned the first several days of meals and shopped for items needed prior to leaving. As the trip progressed each time we put food in the designated bin in the grocery store parking lots. This allowed us to pull out only what we needed as we were cooking ...
... improve our lives not just fight better. At the other extreme are the attitudes that come with it: the unquestioning patriotism, the fear of loss of freedoms, the glorification of military service, and the need for an enemy. Seen from outside these attitudes are constraining and narrow, a slavish drumbeat for freedom and the american way of life, and at worst dangerously simplistic and reactive and blind to problems closer to home. I find myself wondering at my own motives. Should ...