Hotel Conneaut at Conneaut Lake Park
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... who were happy we had come back. One family was so annoyed by the protesters that, after enjoying the first show, they came back to COUNTER-protest the protesters with some homemade signs. Love the support! :)
We're getting closer to the Cleveland area with each jump...John was born and raised there and I lived there for a decade. We have family and friends who are coming out to various shows in the area over the next week. Can't wait to see you guys!
My memories of being here last year involve us being driven around by a new-to-the-force policeman in his brand new patrol car. We figured it wouldn't be a good photo-op for a circus clown to emerge from the backseat of the patrol car, so I was the lucky one who got to sit back there. We entertained at the local senior center and visited some stores before heading onto the next town.
I remembered the park where our show is being held as soon as we pulled in. We had ...
... hangout!), received drinks on the house from the owner there ("if you're a friend of Clarence, the least I can do is give you a drink on me!") and happened on Diane's former salon. Made us feel just a little bit closer to both of them, seeing where they called home before we met them. Tonight, dinner in our little RV, a bit of one channel TV, early to bed, early to rise and off we go farther east. ...
... mind doing the shopping. What a guy!
We are leaving Erie tomorrow. It's been another good week, although last night the thunderstorm that blew through here had winds so strong it rocked the motorhome. Now THAT was scary!!!
The weather forecast for our travel day tomorrow is not looking too good. Hopefully it won't be too nasty.
Bye for now and stay ...
... incognito violence. It's hard to sneak up on a crowd.
Ok, getting off today's band wagon, let me give you some fun facts about the Bounder and it's occupants. Fox still gets up at the crack of too friggin' early.
Mike and I still seem to need an afternoon nap,
and not everything in the full-timer's camping world is all it's cracked up to be.
For instance, the fifth-wheel ...