Quality Inn & Suites Mason
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... and were proud of living a simple life.
Our favorite city was St. John's, Newfoundland. Not only did it have a great downtown area, the scenery was spectacular. We got welcoming shout-outs twice in one day from locals who saw our Nevada license plate. Great town!
Newfoundland music was our favorite, but Nova Scotia and PEI ran a close second. Music can be found almost any night in the Maritimes if you make an effort to find it. Some of ...
... for me at the other end. No matter which direction I'm driving I am always driving towards someone that is looking forward to seeing me. What a great feeling! I am the kind of person who appreciates being alone so I may be a special case - others may not find driving for hours at a time by themselves to be as fun as I find it. But in my opinion, I am lucky to have a great car, great music, great people to go see, and a functioning GPS. Couldn't be more thankful.
T minus 1 day... Yes, we are taking off tomorrow heading west after first going north! This is the start of a five week driving trip out west heading to Seattle and British Columbia with a lot of stops before. Then, we head down the west coast stopping in places we have never been and some we have spent a lot of time. Lots of sites to check off the bucket list!!! ...
... some Modern Family (hilarious show that I had never seen before), laughed hysterically for about fifteen minutes when uncle Jeff got home about various things and went to bed. They are a great crew to hang out with. Tomorrow Spencer is going to show me around Cincinnati which I am really looking forward to because she has a great sense of fashion and loves vintage clothes and thrifting. It will be a great time! For now, I ...
Set in park on top of Mount Adams the Cincinnati Art Museum
is one of the oldest art museums in country and one of the premier collections
in the Midwest. It struck me as being especially strong on Old Masters in
contrast to so many American art museums whose collections tend to be stronger
on paintings from impressionism onwards contemporary to when the barons of
industry were acquiring the works they ultimately donated to public collections.