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... no luck. Off we go! But first Tami made me aware of a cigar shop across the street where I bought a lighter to replace the one the effing TSA confiscated on the way here. Off we go! Well for a couple miles maybe, there was a visitor center we had to stop at. I believe our previous delays was divine intervention because when we pulled in to the visitor center... there was a Schwan's ice cream truck! We were fortunate he did indeed have a half gallon ...
... days, and then daily wear disposable contacts to wear after that so I don't keep re-infecting my eye. I was really relieved that it all got worked out before I left, and that my doctor was so helpful. Crisis averted, it was time to focus on finishing up packing. I'm mostly packed. I decided to check my bag rather than try to carry it on and have to gate check it multiple times. That required ...
... we pretty much need to pack our own breakfast and lunch every day.
The less awesome part was that she and her mom did not have a fun trip together. Her mom was having some health issues, and at a couple points, she LEFT HER MOM ON THE TRAIL AND KEPT GOING!
Mom, if you're reading this, I solemnly swear never to leave you to die on the trail. Hugs!
... a cool triangular building built in the 1800s. On my way out of town I spotted the collection of pumps and signs by the building with the mural of the Ferrari. On my way through Odell I decided to stop and take a photo of myself in front of the restored Standard Oil gas station. In Pontiac I took the time to visit some of things I hadn't found time to see on Friday such as the original Route 4 sign on the rebuilt bridge into town, one of the swinging bridges ...
If it seemed like I ended my blog abruptly last night, well it was a technical error, and lost the last third of my text. Too bad, I thought the Rutherford B. Hayes part was the most interesting. Anyway, sorry about that. Let me resume where I left off.
I made it to Fremont, Ohio and the grave site of Rutherford B. Hayes, completing the "trifecta." As I said, I was only going to visit the tomb and head on to Grand Rapids, ...