Hearthstone Inn & Suites
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Well we know where we're goin'
But we don't know where we've been
And we know what we're knowin'
But we can't say what we've seen
-- The Talking Heads, 1985
So many stops, so little to say.
We left Barb, Karl, and the Hokies behind this morning -- after sampling several of Barbara's sweet rolls -- and headed to Dayton for a taste of Wright Brothers history. More road construction complicated our route to the Wright Cycle Company, we ...
... IL was a high point for us in Illinois!
One of the highlights of the week was a two night stop at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base near Dayton OH. Bobbi had a great time SHOPPING at the Base Exchange and Commissary, which was one of the largest facilities we have seen. We spent a very short 3 hours touring the National Museum of the Air Force (spectacular!) which we had never even heard of before we arrived here! ...
... seen so many churches and Christian schools in one city. We would have taken pictures, but there were just so many...looked it up and there are 568 churches in Dayton...1 is a synagogue and 115 are Baptist... While in the area of the Wright Museum, we thought we would go to a big name bank ATM and make an ATM withdrawal to make sure we had some American money. So, we went to the Chase Bank. We have never seen such tight security! ...
... to coast-in over Michigan City. The blue skies gave way to more cloud which we had to duck under to maintain VFR. At this point it seemed to be getting really hot in the back seat – realised that the seat heater was on, phew (Patrick had a few giggles about that)!!
The view below was of green famland as Winchester, Randolph County came and went, routing to the south of the city of Dayton, negotiating the ...
... and, yes, it holds 7 bikes! This did mean that we had to unload/load at each stop but it was totally worth it! Get the Kids Involved: We are big believers in teaching kids how to be independent with things that are age appropriate. This was a big part of setting up/tearing down camp going so smoothly each time...and the kids feeling proud of their contributions. For example, we taught the boys how to use the wrenches to put on/off the front tires on bikes. The little ...