Hampton Inn & Suites Canton
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The weather was good heading north...missed most of the rain that was predicted on Monday...but boy did we hit a lot of bugs in Georgia. Our windshield was practically covered! Then, when the rain hit, Richard was hesitant to turn in the wipers...thought we'd have a blinding mess...but it was fine. We stayed in Wytheville, VA last night and got a good start this morning.
What a trip in 12 "short" ...
... need to eat up some miles, but the views were still good.
We decided to visit Pittsburgh for a late lunch, and were persuaded by an enthusiastic waitress to try a Greek Restaurant. The food had mixed, if not widely-divergent, reviews. The route to the restrooms led right through the kitchen, and Mandy wished she had eaten first like the rest of us. Ah well, you can't win them all.
We pressed on, and having travelled from West Virginia, ...
... were also able to get an additional two trucks to simultaneously unload via forklift in the parking lot and wheel down to the stage.
The stage was small, don't get me wrong. We were only able to put up a fraction of our Main LED wall, and had rigging points for our side screens in unusual spots, but all in all, the show went quite well. The wood frame ...
... puddles of standing water and soggy grass and make our camp. The satellite works.
The next morning as we are having coffee and fixing pancakes we hear engines and look out to see the worker bees racing around the campsite with these amazingly fast standing/riding lawnmowers (see photo below). Wow. I guess if you mow every 3-4 days, it doesn't get very tall, boosts the economy with employment, and wet grass can be mowed. As we drive around ...
Every football fan knows about the Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio, where the greats have had their likenesses made into busts and enshrined. It is a sort of pilgrimage spot for the faithful and it didn't disappoint.
A once in a lifetime opportunity, and once is enough, we arrived mid day amidst showers, hoping to find a spot to park the RV. Canton is on the eastern edge of Ohio and truly, for the first time, we felt we were in the "east". ...