Hampton Inn Findlay
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- Minbar in room
- Concierge desk
- Multilingual staff
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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June 29th, 2015
Over the past few months every time we have went to my parents house we have packed a few boxes and brought them home in preparation for our trip. We soon realized that we were going to need more than just our two vehicles to bring all the remaining items back to my parents. We thought if we bought a box trailer we could fit the furniture and a few other things from the apartment. A few other things from the apartment turned into ...
... 1992 Coachman and called up the owner. Within a month we agreed on a price and made a deal.
The RV's name is the Blue Beagle, named after Charles Darwin's Voyage of the Beagle. Not my first choice of names, but it stuck. There is a blue stripe down the side of it, so it is somewhat fitting. Its older and a little rough around the edges, but it was kept up with very well by the previous owner.
After purchasing the Blue Beagle we had ...
... interested, but too polite to be a nuisance, and judging by their size not particularly hungry anyway.
Now, for those of you that knew we had a rough plan, I have to report a slight change intent. Chicago was one of the pins placed in our planning map several years ago. But after sweating our way through Pittsburgh yesterday, and then Toledo today we have decided that cities are not for us. Chicago may well be the third biggest city in the USA. ...
... to create electricity, enough to supply power to 3,000 people.
Bowling Green is also well-known as the home of Bowling Green State University. Their mascots are Freddie and Frieda Falcon. Every year, the university students have a "dance marathon" to raise money for local children's hospitals. Students go to a dance that lasts for 32 hours! If they don't dance the whole ...
... where Tony lives. Extremely large houses everywhere in this area made of brick and stone and timber. Just like Orange, you go just a little way out of town and it's countryside and more corn fields. Yet the farm houses and complexes seem so much bigger than I saw in Ohio. Tomorrow Ann-Maree and Richard arrive. They have been with friends in Vancouver. Then Fri Simon arrives direct from Australia. So the first retreat starts Sat in another area 2 hours from ...