Peggy's Bed & Breakfast
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- 6/22/15 Day one of our trip. We did not get off to a great start, but as Peg says about my surgeries, at least issues were fixable.
It began with the dinette slide out not retracting. We pushed the button and it would come in a few inches and stop. I took part of our food staples out of the storage under the dinette bench and it would retract. But it would come in with a catch as it rose over the floor. Matt ...
... Buick 455 engine back together. I greatly enjoyed the time with you.
I head now down to Florida, stopping off on the way at Covington near Atlanta to meet Patrick and then on to Lake City in north Florida to meet Steve, both from the V8Buick Forum.
... Toboggan Chute on Valley Way at Strongsville and from 6pm - 10pm toboggan'd myself silly. There are two man-made concrete chutes side by side 700 feet (about 200 metres) long and 70 feet (+20 meters) high - best speed I managed lying flat on my back was 45 mph (70 kph). I had a GREAT time and the staff were excellent. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
I also found out that there is a down-hill skiing facility at Alpine Valley on Mayfield Road (US322), Chester but did not get there.
In Ohio, and a few other states, they salt the roads during Winter to help keep them free of ice and snow. Unfortunately, it has a few less desirable side affects. To aid in minimising this undesirable side affect people do interesting things to their (often) interesting vehicles!! Have a look at the attached photos. ...
... at +$100K a pop and he exports lots of them to Oz!
We also dropped in to the local hardware store that still sells nails, nuts, bolts, washers etc by the pound - just 'scoop 'em out' by hand and drop them in a bag!! No little plastic '6 nuts and bolts to a box' throw away packaging here!! Also, while there what do we come across but 'home-made' motorbike - the pictures describe ...