Knights Inn Piqua
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... from the left side of the window to the right. They lasted until about 10:30 but we could still hear some going off in the distance until about 11:15 - Ohio must sell lots of discount fireworks!!
On Sunday, we decided to just to go to church and then have a day of rest. We worshipped at Northminster Presbyterian in town. They were remodeling sanctuary (beautiful, from what we could see) so we had service in their little side chapel. Not sure what ...
... irreverent to walk up a sacred site from another culture.
Back to Highlands State park for the walk we didn't get to take yesterday - the burial mound at the end of the trail was not nearly as impressive as the one at Campbell Park, but it was still a nice walk...and no snakes today!!
After lunch, we headed to the Ohio Historical Society museum. Wonderful place with so many artifacts and information, it ...
So we departed from Holt at 4ish in the a.m. (Pearson got the prize for waking up last - 3:50, rolled out of bed and landed in the front seat without ever really waking up.) All was quiet till we reached our first destination - breakfast at the Waffle House. Nothing like some "smothered and covered" to get us ready for the ...
... the old rotary TV antenna boxes some of us remember. Anyway the museum has over 300 bikes on display with many more in storage.
This town is also part of the Canal systems I spoke of earlier. From Here I traveled on to Hocking Hills State Park. This began a week of time without internet access, and limited to no cell reception. This is why these blogs have been missing.
Traveling east from Peoria was quite uneventful. Fields and Fields and more fields. I stayed in a city park on the way across and found a sweet little waterfall in the morning before I left. Celina, Ohio borders St. Mary's lake on the West side and the town of St Marys is on the East end of the "Other Great Lake" and the St ...