Fairfield Inn Dayton Fairborn
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... distance between weather cells to allow a safe passage.
We headed off on a zigzag pattern that took us back in the general direction of Ithaca. After about 40 minutes of slowly working our way to the Southeast, we were back to within about 50 miles of Ithaca, but we were finally in the clear and able to start our turn back to the Southwest, finally turning West about 20 minutes later.
The haze continued and we had to ...
... Tuesday we slept in and were treated to amazing food all day! In the morning Russ headed out to check out the Air Force museum which was just a few miles away. I stayed back with the kids and let them run around their big yard and play with the power cars, swings... and burn off some energy after being in the car the whole day before!
At lunch my cousin Melanie and her boyfriend Matt joined us and so did my cousin Katie, her ...
... his hostel to see how he was doing. Had chills and fever and head all stuffy with cough. He took a long nap when we left and was feeling some better when he awoke. Austin just took the bus to bring him here tonight so he can rest better and go with us on a tour to the Giants Causeway tomorrow and several other places. All day tour so will be tired upon return. Well ready to call it a night since early rising tomorrow to get seven oclock tour ...
... settling on the backpack, I changed my mind yet again, repacking my original choice: the over the shoulder bag. Am I going to regret this? Probably. But in no way was I going to be able to pack for all aspects of the trip in my one bag. Impossible. I packed the necessities, which I believe I did a fantastic job of minimizing. This includes six shirts, a sweater, jacket, rain ...
... Today we visited an Ivory carver. This man has been building ships for the last 40 years. They are the most detailed models all made in ancient ivory, even down to the sail ropes. Absolutely amazing skills. Tomorrow we will visit the National Airforce museum and Indianapolis Motor Speedway, before heading to Chicago on ...