Deer Creek Lodge and Conference Center
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... journey I decided I would utilize Facebook as way to remember and share the journey, and to thank the people that made it remarkable. Over the next couple of weeks I will share some of the pictures and stories as a post journal of sorts, mostly for me, but hopefully to inspire you to do something crazy. Because you never know what you’ll learn about yourself or this wonderful world until you step out of that ...
... went very well, especially for me as I had TSA Precheck and sailed through security. We got some breakfast sandwiches and OJ for breakfast and then went to our gate. We left on time and were in Columbus by 2:00. When they tried to unload the baggage from our plane there was a swarm of bees and they couldn't do it. That did not delay us ...
... way through. Upon arrival at Dallas the weather was no surprise, it was just as I'd left it: hot, steamy and stormy. After a couple of hours my next flight left for Columbus, by this stage due to a lack of sleep I couldn't even stay awake for take-off. This highlighted that there was no way I could have driven straight to Athens that night, so I was glad Donelle had booked an airport hotel for that ...
... I love, called "Sweetie-Licious Pies", written by a gal who has a 50's-style pie/lunch diner not far from Grand Rapids; plus a few other small odds and ends.
Then it was on to the local Walmart parking lot, where we've spent many a night en route to our various destinations. The next morning, it was on to Virginia, which begins with my next post.
Southern Ohio is not heavy on interesting sights worth a
stop as you’re crossing the state by that route. One, though, is Hopewell
Culture National Historical Park, an archaeological and interpretive site of
ancient Native American mound building cultures which inhabited the Mississippi
and Ohio Valley regions. The Mound City Group is the ost significant of several
sites in the area near the town of Chillicothe, but there’s really not much to