Hampton Inn Cincinnati Blue Ash
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We made it across ohio in 4 hours, and I think we stopped to pee about 20 times. We stayed at Matt's house, an old friend and chef from the Vanderbilt. Since we got in at 11:30 pm the first thing on basil's mind was late night food. And Matt knew just the place. He took him to Bakersfield. If you make it, they have awesome ...
The highway rolled through the countryside. At times there was forest both sides, then farms ons side, followed by corn fields both sides. There were some areas where the land was more open but generally the hills rolled by.
We took a detour off the main road at Wellston for a comfort stop and fluids. Bought tomato and packaged ham for lunch to go with the left over salad. No bread but bought some small pre-packaged square sweet rolls. Had attempted to buy supplies ...
After 36 days, 35 nights, 7956 miles (we should have driven around another 44 miles!), traveling through 18 states and one province, 13 lunches eaten in the car, seeing great friends and family, visiting places we have never been, seeing this vast country we live in, many glasses of usually great wine, wonderfully prepared cuisine, pounds gained - too many to mention, and we had no big fight along the way, we are finally home. Left St. Louis after a ...
... of the day here. As we traveled the many winding and picturesque trails through the zoo, we encountered zookeepers at seemingly every turn who were ready to talk to us about their featured animal. Besides the "normal" things one finds at a zoo (elephants, lions, and the like...), we discovered dozens of God's creatures who we never knew existed. This was especially meaningful to ...
We had been hearing for months that we would want to spend two days at the Creation Museum, so after bidding a fond farewell to Barb Sims, Night Flyer, Ronnie, and all of Cornerstone Farm, we packed up and headed back to Petersburg, KY for round two at the Museum. We dubbed this Adventure Day.
Eric needed little persuading ...