Comfort Inn Kent
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popped in on Juice (Jessica Carson Shelley) in Shaker Heights as I couldn't have been that close to her and not pop in. I needed a Juice hug too.
What a fun family! Cutie pie kids, dogs that needed belly rubs, and can't forget the birds!
Watch out for that first step out the back tho. Little rough on the knees ;-)
... we have now reached Ravenna in Ohio. Our stop for for the night is the Rocking Horse Inn, which we booked only this morning. It is a 'stick-style' Victorian house, once a convent, but now a fabulously quaint and ornate B&B. We have just had a wonderful impromptu dinner with our hosts, some local friends and another guest. Taken aback by such generous hospitality, it just shows that if you can't win them all, you can certainly win some of them.
228 miles today.
It had been said that of all of the venues we were to have on this tour, this one would be the worst. Not because of crowds, but because of the load-in/load out. I truly believe that what they said was wrong. I admit that there was a minimal dock, allowing for only two trucks to back in and unload, (Holmdel NJ, only had one, and Jones Beach didn't have any.) none the ...
... of the country we are continually amazed at the huge lawns and wonder how many man hours of lawn mowing happens weekly. Boggles my mind. Probably takes at least one oil refinery to just supply the gas to mow all the lawns in the midwest, Then in winter, to run the snow blowers to clear the roads. Ah Progress.....
We decided to spend an extra night here so today we drove over to Cuyahoga Valley National Park about 15 minutes away get ...
... winding roads with people racing everywhere just like on the far west coast with the difference being much more packed in.
Urban planning has taken the shape of fitting round pegs into square holes and as such, trying to get from point A to point B is usually convoluted unless the development is relatively new like a Walmart or Home Depot. In the case of the HOF, it has been in same place for a long, long time. No problem navigating with a car ...