Hilton Garden Inn Dayton Beavercreek
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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 ...
... Rick found the propane leak though, saving us at least $225, great job babe!! Got out of expensive diesel land in PA and toll roads, at least for now. Most expensive was $3.51, but the cheapest we found was $3.16. Up until then we found $2.40-$2.80. Gas buddy app has done us well for sure. We figure this free app will save us anywhere ...
... looks like for them, but there were a good number there that morning - they had to keep adding chairs. Friendly congregation with a mug and a brochure for each of there visitors. The rest of the day we napped, read, and tried to map out the other sites in the area.
Monday started off slow as we discovered that two of the places we wanted to visit were closed that day - one would be open on Tuesday, the other not until Thursday (after we had moved ...
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 ...