Hampton Inn Wooster
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OK folks, here's your chance to exercise your sleuthing skills. Included are 2 photos of some roadways of rural central Ohio, part of a delightful journey to be described Ina later blog. In the pictures you will see a wear pattern different from the usual. In these pictures the centerline is just left of the lighter, silvery areas. It was common to see in this region. ...
We left South Bend early so we could drive 4 1/2 hours across Indiana and into Ohio to watch the Akron Rubber Ducks play an afternoon game (Sophie really wanted to see two of her favorite things - baseball and rubber ducks - together). Canal Park is a great little ballpark and the Rubber Ducks won, so we had fun, but there wasn't a single rubber duck to be found in the souvenir shop. From there we drove on, out of Ohio, a little way through Pennsylvania, and into New York for a camping ...
Hartville is one of the towns we've been looking forward to all season. Last year, we had an immensely fun day with Christa, the sponsor of our show, and her daughter, Lucy. We've kept in touch with her since then through Facebook and as the day was coming closer, we were texting back and forth and sharing in each other's excitement.
We're parked on a field next to Hartville Hardware and an ENORMOUS flea market which was open today. ...
The sound of the big Standardbreds trotting down the road carries so that you can hear them coming long before you see them.
We were able to talk with several of the Amish that were in and around then campground. One night we ate at Mrs. Yoder's Restaurant, one of several places to ...
... farms and acres upon acres of fields of corn, wheat, hay, oats and barley.
Along our way to the farm, we came upon several Amish buggies, with their big Standardbreds trotting along at an incredible clip. Some of the roads we were traveling had hills that were both steep and long. Those horses are pure strength, stamina and beauty.
We passed through ...