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Travel Blogs from Port Clinton
After a 7 hour drive that should have taken 5, we finally arrived at Cedar Point Amusement Park in Sandusky, OH. Gary and I set up the RV while the boys enjoyed some time in the park. The following day Gary and I enjoyed some time in the park with the ...
... were able to get through two rides on Millennium Force, which is worth the price of admission alone, before it started raining. Our free hour was essentially wasted, but the day turned out okay, because we got through everything we wanted to do before 6 PM. Wednesdays aren't too bad at Cedar Point...I think the longest we waited was one hour.
The people who visit on a weekend are just insane. The lines balloon up to ...
... for early Wednesday morning to cross western Lake Erie to the Detroit River. It's a two day trip home, but we're not sure where we will stop for the night. We'll see when we get there. It looks like a Thursday arrival in Port Huron.
... tomorrow. Yesterday we drove through mountains of earth and stone. Tomorrow we face mountains of wood and steel.
Teaser trailer - it ends with massive sunburns and a shocking find at an amusement park.
By the way, sometimes I'll give a "song for the day". I forgot to mention that yesterday's song was "Life is a Highway". No song today.
Total number of coffees - 0
Number of traffic jams - just 1 small one
... and International Peace Memorial where an elevator took us 352 feet to the top providing a spectacular view of Lake Erie and the islands.
After being there and doing that we took the water taxi back to our quiet marina just ahead of a pretty good squall that passed through. Charlie was not pleased about that.