Edinboro Inn Resort & Conference Center
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... I made it to the right campground, a KOA, after a few false turns and construction zones. My GPS couldn’t locate what I was looking for, so it required a bit of guess work. I got set-up and went over to join the group and the first couple I met were from Indiana but originally from Powell River. How cool is that?
It wasn’t a big rally. There were 15 vans, 24 people, 10 dogs and a few ...
... north just across the Massachusetts border through Bennington Vermont. Just before we got to this village, we stopped at the trailhead for the Appalachian trail. Then we took a short half hour round trip on the trail to say we hiked it in Vermont! New York was a frustrating state to find anything except Service Islands. We didn't find ...
... the time we had finished shopping, there were 2 police cars, a fire truck and an ambulance in attendance.
Managed to locate the longest covered bridge in Ohio - the Harpersfield bridge where we had a lovely picnic spot. The sun was out, it was not cold out of the wind and the view great. Fresh bread rolls - trick is to find a large grocery store early before the rolls sell out. After lunch we followed ...
... same as Walmart, even had a greeter like Walmart. Was this really a twin of Walmart that Indianans like better that Walmart? Hmmm, a puzzler.
We left and headed east down the toll roads. We found that the app Gas Buddy that Ben suggested has been really helpful. It does not tell you what kind of neighborhood you may be going in to but the price checker saved us $0.20 a gallon on our fill up in Cleveland. We got ...
... bridge just completely dropped off in the middle. There was no walking a bike around that. He was preparing to travel the 20 miles back when he spotted a canoe coming down the river. They offered him a ferry ride across, which ended up being pretty wobbly while trying to keep his loaded bike upright. He was lucky they were there! Another guy, Paul, approached our picnic table and made conversation. He was traveling by motorcycle from Brooklyn to a ...