Hampton Inn Sidney
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... things to do/see, calculating the fuel consumption and guesstimated budget for gas (driving a convertible sports car is obviously not cheap), on top of fees/tolls associated with our planned route, purchasing a new camera to capture all the great moments along the way, packing coolers of sandwich fixin's and drinks (yes we choose to be frugal and make minimal stops.. 5200 miles is no short feat!), and of course praying for safety and growth. Kyle and I hit it ...
... are not anything to laugh about. Even as hand tools still send plenty of staff to the ER, power tools make it a large amount simpler to harm yourself given that they're powered by electrical current, gas or battery power. Here are a handful of tools you should take extra heed with. crazy people usually are not actually a well-known job threat, inattention is. Even slicing through something as easy as tree branches can cause the chainsaw to bounce back ...
... line was quite long. I think I went on 17 rides this whole day and I was exhausted by the end of it. The trip home was very quiet.
Next week we are off to a place called Cedar Point, then Niagara Falls and then the final stop will be New York before we head home.
I hope you are all well and I am looking forward to seeing you soon.
... finger. I think his Australian accent is a big part of his charm.
After a long day again of traveling we head back for much needed rest and it is then clear why the ear plugs are provided. Yes, the local freight trains that travel right past our hotel every hour with 3 large blows of the whistle. One short, one LLLOOONNNGGGG, one short. All night.
We are booked in here for 2 nights, however we we find alternative accommodation for the remainder of ...
... with him too. So much fun. :)
After parting ways with our sponsor in St. Paris, we did the two hour jump to Centerburg (the geographical center of Ohio!). We stopped by a Flying J to fill up on LP gas, dump, and refill our fresh water and then 20 minutes later, we were pulling into the Centerburg Church of Christ, which had graciously offered us a free place to park, along with electrical hook-up and access to their wi-fi. Yay!!