Holiday Inn Express Ashland
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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Day 41: 103 miles from Marysville to Wooster,OH
Warmer today and started out drizzly. Just realised HOW English I sound that I even start my entries with the weather. Few more turns so had to pay attention and Kettie kept me on a tight reign as I attempted to take us the wrong way on one occasion. The others just thought we were in search of ice cream so let us be!
... in, which was adorned with a huge frog sitting on the beach and spitting water back into the lake. It was a large campground and it seemed everyone tooled around on golf carts, we felt out of place with out one :) Parking downtown with a big truck is always interesting. You know the bar that hangs before you enter the parking garage? The one ...
We leave on Sat. to start our long awaited adventure and today the car made it's first road trip up from Caldwell to Creston. Last day is tomorrow still issues to deal with but we are still but with continued help with all my friends we will leave on time. It may not have the air conditioning in but what are windows ...
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We had our first mishap for the new unit. Lee did great getting us here safe. The rain had all the lots wet and soggy but after getting on the lot we reserved we decided it was too soggy and took the next lot back.
When Lee went to pull out I was the look out person and I am suppose to watch for low hanging branches. Lee went to make the turn off of the lot and didn't make a wide enough turn and the tires came off of the gravel and got into mud. Buried ...
... br> Thought the 27 Ford Roaster drag car might be a little impractical since its only use to a quarter mile at a time; not 2000 miles. So turned my attention to the Checker. A 1966 Marathon station wagon. An Arizona car I bought in 06 to ease the painful remorse of selling the "Rowell's Inn" Checker Aerobus a few years earlier. Solid rust free car but with many dings, dents, hatchet and bullet holes to compensate. Body ...