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Today when we got up we drove from Milwaukee to Chicago to drop off Dads bike that he hired. After that we drove 4 hours to Sandusky. When we got there we checked in at the hotell then mum and dad went to the bar while I did 2 hours of unlimited bowling. In there it was all Fluro lights and super loud music. After that we went to bed.
We have been planning this vacation/trip since we purchased our "new to us" motorhome. It has been 25 years since we visited some of the national parks out west and with the cameras we now own we thought it would be fun to revisit some parks we have been to before and add some new ones to our itinerary.
We started out this morning and almost immediately returned home for forgotten items. Then finally hit the road about 8:30 am. A quick stop a Walmart and ...
... one. One the last trip in Pennsylvania, I saw a small billboard erected unsurreptitiously in someone's front yard denouncing gays in some religious way. I turned to the Yank and said, "Really? People do that?" He had a three syllable response. "Yeah. Free speech." Wednesday's billboard was on the interstate so somewhat bigger. Pushing the line from free speech to force feeding, possibly. I'm used to the occasional Hillsong ...
The kids had been looking forward to this our whole trip. We passed this park last time we were in the area and we were told afterwards that it is one of the better amusement parks in the country. We had a really great day here. We all worked up the courage to try some of the really crazy roller coasters they have here.
Sydney and Wendy went on several of the looping and corkscrew coasters and loved them.
... Forever" (think of the opening tunes).
John Lennon's green Sgt. Pepper suit used for the album of that name.
Costumes worn by various artists such as the Stones, Bowie, Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix. Loads of guitars and drums.
Afterward, we had dinner at an Indian restaurant and drove on to Elyria to spend the night.