Holiday Inn Akron-Fairlawn
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... I think she meant my accent. They don’t get many visitors turns out. She kept offering to refill my coffee I think just to get me to talk again.
Ohio lived up to its reputation for bad roads with very patchy surfaces. Blaming Dave and (red) Barry for not paying enough taxes to their state.
Stumbled on a lovely ice cream bar for a butterscotch milkshake and ...
And, as is evermore, in the morrow, we shall continue our wanderings towards the City of Wind, on the shores of the Sea of Michigan, the home of the revered animal tribes Cubs, Bulls and Bears, known for all manner of social engagement, limitless entertainments, lavish structures, and a local food baked within a dish of considerable depth. It is with anticipation that our journey passes through this land.
May peace be with you, our ...
... were not so fortunate in the exchange.
So, check in and travel with us for the next 36 days to wherever we end up. I suspect we will ponder our next move with friends over a good bottle of Napa red… Should you choose to hide us from your Facebook feed, there is no shame. Until next time, Peter Pan put it best when he said, "Second star to the right and straight on till morning." –Dan ...
... you the height limit? Well, 6'8" was the number on the garage we picked and according to James, with his head sticking out of the window, we cleared it by about and inch. Well, the trip to the top was more nail biting than jumping out of a plane with a plexi-glass door. We only scraped 3 I-beams. It was to late to back out, literally. OMG ...
... digits, we transferred our belongings to our new MH for three hours and headed north.
Our new MH is just what we have wanted for a long time. We want the short chassis for driving in Mexico in some tight situations. Bill tried it out in Maumee, OH, where he made a wrong turn, he got in the left lane and made a U-turn without backing up. When we parked in a large parking lot, we took less than two spaces.What a difference six feet can make.