Palmer House Bed And Breakfast
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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... today, and took three breaks. This pushed our total drive time to almost eight hours. We were all ready for the day to be over by the time we pulled into Camp Turkeyville, the RV park where we will be spending tonight. Ohio was very pretty, with lots of rolling green fields and ridiculously photogenic barns and farm houses. The Ohio Turnpike varied from moderately rough to smooth, with lots of long stretches of ...
Following a snowfall of at least twelve inches, we are on the road, southbound! Fortunately, we were plowed out on sunday midday. Although the snow removal service didn't show up by 9 a.m. on Monday prior to our departure, as we had hoped, Larry was able to make enough Jeep tire tracks in the 6 inches of snow to enable the RV to get out. Once in the subdivision, it was obvious that we could be ...
We started our "Western Trip" this afternoon. Morning was cleaning the house and "closing" procedures for the winter. Uneventful but beautiful weather for "boondocking". Casino was not nice to me, so after dinner and walks with Maggie May, we went to bed anticipating a long drive the next ...
... another hour through some beautiful countryside dotted with farms, only to be greeted by a traffic jam 7 kilometers (4 miles) from our destination of Grand Bend. After a 45 minute slow crawl, we were greeted by Colleen's cousin, Karen, and spent the evening catching up with her and husband, Rob. We sat out in their lovely, private backyard and enjoyed a drink before ordering up dinner from a local eatery. It's good to land in one place for a few days.
... strictly reminded that they are not allowed to touch the bins or start picking out items until an 8-bin section is completely replaced. Customers line up along the outline of the section and wait until the last bin is placed, and then it's a madhouse as people dig and pick and throw stuff into their shopping carts. I ended up getting some cool books, including some old children's books and an 1881 bible. The bible is in rough shape but it has some ...