Hilton Garden Inn Dayton Beavercreek
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... all the truck traffic. Richard had counted on getting an electronic trip tik from CAA the night before we left to confirm our route. It turns out the format has changed and we decided against downloading it to the iPad.
Nonetheless we made it to Miller Lane and tried yet another hotel here which was just fine. It was great to be able to walk to dinner across the street at O'Charleys.
Here we are in Dayton. Every other mile in Ohio is being dug up or paved, but we had zero hold-ups, just lots of hairy, narrow lanes at 65 mph & hundreds of 16-wheelers movin' the USA economy along. Tonight we 'll dine with some calm dignity (we hope) .... a Japanese restaurant right across the road from the motel.
Saw glimpses of Lake Erie: very blue, featureless, and without a farther shore. ...
This cake shop is located where the old Woody's grocery store was in West Carrollton. The cupcake from the run was very good. The chocolate cake was very moist. Most of my friends really like their buttercream icing but it is a little too sweet for my taste. One cupcake is definitely my limit for the ...
... the diet. :-). The race was held at the Miami and Erie Canal Park located along the Miami River. This is a very small park but it has a nice little picnic area and is along the bike path in West Carrollton. To my surprise it is also a sight for some Wright Brothers flights. See picture of the marker for ...
Here's our own personal impressions of the provinces we visited.
Ontario had the best recycling program. Absolutely everything gets recycled - wet paper, dry paper, lawn clippings, cardboard, glass, aluminum, you name it - it gets recycled. Special blue bags are used for the trash and you'd best bring your own grocery bag to the store or you'll get charged. (Thanks Karen for giving us our own grocery bags.)
Some of the Atlantic provinces ...