Holiday Inn Columbus N - I-270 Worthington
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... Ohio, an Amish community where we had found a city park in which to camp. Literally we sought out a campsite with headlights on as dusk grew dimmer by the minute. Fortunately the park was level (not so the case the next campsite further north as you will see) and not populated so we found a good spot and set up camp, turned on the AC to cool down the interior and went for a late evening stroll ...
Scheduled for departure on 8/8/14 and this time we're off to Prague to begin our first visit to the more eastern reaches of Europe.
Hopefully, I'll have a little more time to share our explorations with you here. For now, it's time to dive into packing!
... of the admins. The bus had wifi which obviously made the job easier. From there I checked into the Hilton Columbus at Easton - lovely place, after my last experience with hotels I have decided it is luxury all the way for me! Once settled in I wandered off to the Easton Shopping Centre. It was there I indulged in a movie at the AMC dine in theatres and watched Get On Up which is about James Brown. I quite enjoyed it, if you are interested ...
... facing him as a member of the city council in Plain City, OH, where he lives. It was nice to get away from talk about airplanes after a few days at Oshkosh. While we talked, Alex soaked up various baseball games since we'd gone to dinner in a sports bar.
Back at Bob's house, we ran a quick load of laundry before going to bed. As I drifted off to sleep, I heard heavy rain and just hoped that it wasn't a major storm - I was right.
... that it was made by those same little elves that bake those Keebler cookies.
Speaking of vision… I’m focused on rediscovering the incredibly exciting (NOT) Pennsylvania Turnpike from: (look right) trees, cows, trees, cows (look straight) road, dotted line (counting 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 – eyes cross), big “Over-Sized Load” trucks, (look up) clouds, (look right) trees, ...