Econo Lodge Zanesville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... time. Although no longer a military garrison, the fort served as a safe passage post to the western territory and continued so for many decades. I hope you've enjoyed this small snippet of its history.
We also took a quick trip to Zane's Landing Park to see the Lorenza Sternwheeler that traveled the Muskingum River. Sternwheeler vs. Paddleboat...hum?
We're heading south-west. Our next stop, Florence, Indiana.
Bye for now. stay well.
... as long as we will have that chair on our porch at home.
Now we are carrying a rocking chair and table in our minivan for the remaining 3,000 miles - great!
On our way out of Holmes county we take a quick stop at the Gospel Hill Lighthouse, which is the only inland lighthouse in the US, 76 steps, plus a cross at ...
... now in Michigan. Rode to try to see Lake Michigan this afternoon but was only able to see a very small part. It looked very big and very rough as the wind was blowing. We left Ohio where it was 91 degrees yesterday and arrived at our campsite to 73 degrees. It was so comfortable that we left the door open and opened windows, something we don't get to do that often. We'll spend two nights here then travel more on Saturday. More to come later.
... so we just stayed on the coach and fixed lunch. By the time we'd finished eating the rain had stopped so Jim took over and on we went to Buckeye Lake.
We got set up in our campsite then went to eat dinner. Jim found a local diner called "Clay's Cafe" in Hebron, OH. You can see pictures attached. It was quaint with stools at the counter that reminded us of our growing up ...
... everything ready to pack in the RV.
We got up early this morning, with the intention of quickly packing the RV and making an early start. We only ended up leaving an hour and a half later than schedule! In order to reach Cambridge this evening, we (this being Grandma as I don't have a license) had to drive for around 8 hours, and passed through 5 states: Virginia, West ...