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... Too tired
to make it to Cleveland so stopped at a campground. Beautiful place but
not a spot for our trailer. Moved on to the next campground. Nope.
It's luau night and no spots. Walmart national park here we come!!
Stopped for a steak
dinner before Walmart. It was a great meal that included 2 appetizers, 2 entrees and drinks. It was delicious and cost
less than last nights 2 appetizers and 2 drinks!!
... it was full of huge old homes. Once again, the topography was very rolling…almost hilly as we drove into Butler.
At 3:15 we arrived at the Butler/Mohican KOA which is our stop for the night. A young woman and her husband had just bought the campground about a year ago and they are working hard to make things nice around here. Our site is reasonably level and the power is OK…good stop for the night.
... headed into town to find our hotel. We came across a carousal down town. We had to stop and let my son ride. Mom and I also paid to ride. I was impressed with the style and ages of the buildings in Mansfield. I love old buildings, however I was not impressed with the upkeep of them. They all looked tired and run down. A lot had boarded up windows.
We made it to our hotel, Mom and I went to check in and the front desk agent was ...
... rain and my plan was to get the hell out of Indianapolis as FAS as I could and then reconnect with, you guessed it, Route 36. Jumped onto the beltway and it promptly started to rain but only briefly. Then I took I70 for about 10 miles before exiting and heading north to 36. On the side road to 36 it started to rain again (actually poured) but half the sky was cloudy and half was sunny. And ...
... to speak) a dialect of German they refer to as "Deitsch" (Deutsch). It is this word "Deutsch" (German) that has led to the second misconception about the origin of the term Pennsylvania Dutch.Deutsch became Dutch?
A popular explanation of why the Pennsylvania Germans are often incorrectly called Pennsylvania Dutch fits into the "plausible" category of myths. At first, it seems logical that English-speaking Pennsylvanians simply confused ...