Fairfield Inn Youngstown Boardman/Poland
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... to be realised and it secured the American future. No part of the fertile basin is more than 200 km from a navigable river and cost-effective transport to market. This is a humble task for the rail and road network. The water transport system is both cost-effective and secure. No enemy or competitor can interfere with it, buried deep in the continent and emptying into the easily secured Gulf of Mexico. The competitive advantage is substantial and the wealth it has ...
I'm reeling from the disappointment of just having lost all the videos I took today--- still trying to get my head wrapped around this Go Pro technology. Other than that, a great third day. I spent the morning setting up this blog at the main public library in town (gotta love libraries for all the outlets... and internet without the alluring smells of McDonald's or Starbucks). Then I headed to an amazing-looking doughnut shop that unfortunately failed ...
... landed us in Warren, Ohio where we bought some dinner at a supermarket that we warmed up in the microwave of the hotel room. We do this a lot actually. Most supermarkets have a fresh salad bar or ready to go take-home meals. It saves time, money . . . and calories.
... Growing up as a kid of a Vietnam Veteran could be pretty lonely at times. We have our own special understanding of what it means to have a Vietnam Veteran parent, including the ups and the downs, the sadness and the good times. We have finally found camaraderie, we know we are no longer alone.
Stay Tuned lots more to come! Now i have to go, where are my sunglasses and my extra camera batteries? I have to go work on that list!
... headaches). Mike, being the incredible guy that he is, just kept driving until we reached Grove City. Then he set up camp and cooked dinner too. What a guy!
He said that the trip was beautiful. He wished that he had taken a path that took him THROUGH Pittsburgh instead of around it, but he loved how the trees come right down to the pavement and they arch over the highway.
Tomorrow we head up to Erie and see what is ...