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... in the month they have been here, and they gave us a royal welcome with wonderful dinners, a cozy bed, a guided tour, and lots of laughs. Mark is an amazing, very accomplished artist and craftsman and Margo whipped up a painting just that week. Their lovely new home is just right for their style and creativity. Stella and Howie shared a few toys and some big romps in the parks. We went on a great wine tour ...
... she will start a new job next week with Pandora music in Cleveland. What great news! We've got warm and cold weather clothes, hiking gear, an inflatable two-man kayak, bikes, and an itinerary that should satisfy our wanderlust and highlight the varied landscape of the Pacific Northwest. I hope you'll enjoy our trip vicariously through my blog. First overnight stop...Indiana Dunes State ...
... We pretty much had our pick of tent sites at the KOA and Anthony found a beauty on the edge of a marsh in front of Sandusky Bay. We didn't have much luck building a fire for lack of kindling, but we were too tired to care. After setting up camp, we quickly made some sandwiches and put some food and beer in our bellies and hit the rack about 9:00PM. ...
... and we headed down the interstate.
First day out is usually just a travel day as we are in areas close to home with out much new to see. Today, however, we decided to venture off the Pennsylvania Turnpike and go to the Flight 93 Memorial from the 9-11 attacks. The memorial is not complete as they are building a visitor center and educational center. The plane nose-dived into the ground and the crash site is marked with a large boulder. ...
... I was unable to do anything about it. I was in the left lane (the fast lane, of course) when it hit and visibility decreased by the second. I slowed down voluntarily (also possibly for the first time ever) and felt safe enough about that while ever I could see the lane markers in front of the hood of my car and the tail lights of the SUV ahead of me. Until I couldn't see them anymore. The absolute ONLY thing I could see through ...