Holiday Inn Express N. Lima
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Within a day of leaving the Black Hills we had crossed the Missouri River. We swept onto a long causeway almost unexpectedly. It was late in the afternoon, we were in a hurry and there was nowhere to stop and take in the scene. Jo had only a moment to snap a photo from the back of the bike. Despite all this, the event didn't pass without notice. Two days later and 1000 km due east in the state of Iowa, we crossed the Mississippi. We were more than 3000 km from the mouth ...
... need to eat up some miles, but the views were still good.
We decided to visit Pittsburgh for a late lunch, and were persuaded by an enthusiastic waitress to try a Greek Restaurant. The food had mixed, if not widely-divergent, reviews. The route to the restrooms led right through the kitchen, and Mandy wished she had eaten first like the rest of us. Ah well, you can't win them all.
We pressed on, and having travelled from West Virginia, ...
... art on this vacation... keep breathing...
Speaking of breathing, I attended a two-hour session of Classic Yoga and Meditation this evening at The Yoga Room. The instructor, Maureen, was lovely-- she created this congenial, relaxed environment that came as a culture shock... she and students in the class were even asking me about my cross-country trip. It's funny to be away from DC and realize that yoga doesn't have to be a competition ;)
We spent the morning with Lulu's sister Jennifer and her husband Chris today. Noah had a great time with his cousin Lily.
After lunch, we left for Ohio and drove for about four hours almost entirely along the Pennsylvania Turnpike, a beautiful toll road that stretches ...
... and terrifying when you're finally on your way and there is no turning back!
This trip is going to be very special. It's my fourth time to Vietnam, however, this time I am heading a delegation of three others on their first travels to the land that forever marked their fathers and grandfather. One of the delegates is my oldest son, age 13. His grandfather, my Dad was a Vietnam Veteran. My Dad Died before Luke, my son, was ...