Holiday Inn Express Findley Lake
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... Indiana and then were absolutely floored when we had to pay $18.50 in Ohio because we were over 7' 6" high. Lucky the gas is so cheap, and the highway rest stops were very nice.
Oh, and somewhere today we crossed into another time zone - no idea where but it's later than we thought. Guess that's why it got dark so early.
... hannah got annoyed and said: "This door is being so DISrespectful, Mummy!!" She really makes me laugh. Hannah's talking with mum and uncle Jay (and the puppies) on FaceTime and were about to get ready to explore, then head to Waldameer for the amusement park for the afternoon. The weather is perfect today - sunny and 85°. Can't ask for much ...
It was good to see places I haven't been to in Alaska before. Anchorage was the only repeat. Watching the glaciers calve was awesome. Just listening to them crack was awesome!!! While the whales were few, the experience to see them close to the boat was great. Last year, the drivers were bending over backwards to get close to the lions. It almost ...
We slept in late, which was good. We had a six hour drive home. Oh no, six hours with Garmin and Kim telling me how to drive. Because it was a holiday weekend, there were a lot of cops on the Ohio highways. After a few close calls, I slowed down a little. After I got through Columbus, I turned Garmin off. I could not find the off switch for Kim, so she back-seat drove for most of the trip!!!
The trip now takes two days off before we head out to Alaska. Stay tuned, we will be ...
Last year, when we were in a tent at 13,000 feet, Kim had a bad case of altitude sickness. We had been power driving for two days to get into the Himalayas. Kim doesn't like camping and long drives. The altitude sickness didn’t help. As she was lying in a cot feeling sick, she told me she was planning the trip next year! She picked Alaska! She allowed me to have ...