Residence Inn Dayton North
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Started off slow again today, these cloudy rainy days are great for sleeping in! Drove an hour to the creations museum in Kentucky, that was neat!! Met up with the Mailloux clan at our digs. Had steak and chicken, grill master strikes again! Leslie brought ...
... other game' (no injuries, believe it or not.. Kyler was laying there while Lexi 'smushed him' Great job Kyler, you didn't take it up a notch and try to smush her, very proud of you!!!)...
And ended the day with an impromptu dinner at the Mailloux's. We were planning on grilling at our digs, but with rain all day we decided a 'house' was preferable for 4 kids to run around in vs. a camper... Don't know why we decided ...
... 400! I didn't get a very good picture of the Mailloux clan, sorry guys!! Will hopefully get one tomorrow or Thursday! But it was such a blessing to be able to get caught up on their ever so busy lives. I had forgotten how truly wonderful it is to just sit and chat with you guys. Thank you for such an enjoyable time, hope we have lots ...
So, this is the rest of the weekend (and Monday as well)
After the running on Saturday, we were ready to just crash for the night and besides, we didn't know where to go to see the fireworks. We thought maybe we would be able to see at least some from the hotel. About 9 pm they started, but we couldn't see them. Kept hearing them and when I looked back out at 9:30 they were everywhere! By the time 10 o'clock came, we were watching 6-7 sets of fireworks ...
With the rain out of the area, we had a great day of exploring and hiking. A morning visit to Shrum Mound, which can be seen roadside at Campbell Park. Built at least 2000 years ago by the Adena Culture. Nicely preserved by the Historical society - looks like they just recently cleared all of the trees that were growing out of the mound. Two paths lead to the top but Robin and I couldn't bring ourselves to walk up there - seeming ...