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There's a recurring theme throughout my trip and that is the generosity of people I have never met. After an early start and two flights I arrived at Akron, Ohio airport (tiny) to be greeted by Dana and her son Shaun waving a banner out of the window of their car. I had emailed Amanda, who works for the hOur Share, when I was having trouble deciphering ...
... appear. There is an arrow to the
right of the picture. Arrow through all the pictures. At the end of
all the pictures in this group (no right arrow on the picture), click
Close [X] at top right of black screen. Now click Next Entry at the
bottom of the page. You'll be on our next day. Enjoy.)
... great too.
We kept track of our expenses so we could see what future trip budgets might be. The nice thing was Paul, my financial advisor, had planned the trip being twice as much so he was pleasantly surprised. We really didn't skimp anywhere. We ate well, we saw lots of things, we stayed in nice hotels and bought lots of goodies. We couldn't even find to many places where we wasted money. This trip cost approximately $6000 including gas, tolls, ...
rendezvousing here on Berlin Lake
w/ friends Arnie & Isa
... outlets is a Jellystone campground not too far from where we were, so she said she'd set it up for us to stay there.
The campground was PERFECT. Seriously, if you find yourselves in this area (and you really should; the town has a lot to offer for an overnight vacation), stay at the Clearwater Park Camping Resort. The folks who run that place are immensely friendly and helpful, ...