Travel Blogs from Wooster
As we headed to Ohio we we really excited to stay without some relatives. We had never met these nice people before so it was a very unique experience. They took us in for two days and were so kind! We went to the place where my grandparents grew up, so that was neat! We saw Kent university, which is a lovely university in Ohio if you like a bigger kind ...
... why). The sites were not level and barely any gravel down and we were facing a 2 unit that had 6 kids and a multitude of toys all over their deck. We decided to rough it since we were going exploring and wouldn't be back until dark.
What a surprise when we got to the Boston Park entrance. Everyone was standing around with cameras so we asked what was happening and someone told us a ...
... wonderful care of me and I am on the mend. We will be ready to go as we prepare to leave for DC on Monday, August 5. We will visit Julie's family and friends in DC, as well as attempt to get some last minute Visas. Then, on August 14, we fly to Iceland! We will update the blog from there!
... Too tired
to make it to Cleveland so stopped at a campground. Beautiful place but
not a spot for our trailer. Moved on to the next campground. Nope.
It's luau night and no spots. Walmart national park here we come!!
Stopped for a steak
dinner before Walmart. It was a great meal that included 2 appetizers, 2 entrees and drinks. It was delicious and cost
less than last nights 2 appetizers and 2 drinks!!
... and many, many more. Amazing.
Our drive today was a good one. It was very scenic and we think we got a better feel for what this part of Ohio is about. We had thought that the Amish area would look like Pennsylvania Dutch Country in Pennsylvania and were surprised at how hilly the area is. We saw several Amish buggies along the road and even saw one field that was being harvested by a man with a horse and wagon. We saw hay being stacked by hand and ...