Red Carpet Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Pets allowed
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... When I got to Grafton half the town was under water and I had to turn around again.
I was about to opt for the nearest Walmart because a couple of other
parks were closed when I stopped at a gas station to look at my maps and
gps. I nice guy stopped by to greet Seaman and he ended up telling me about Beaver Dam State Park about 30 miles back NE from where I stopped. It turned out
... on to Girard. One road and should be easy enough, but pmt tension had me gripped to the wheel most of the way trying to stick to plodalong speed. And away from the monster trucks heading towards me. Coming in to a familiar territory and passing Nilwood with its appropriate warning sign. We had heard that "there are cougars out there in them woods, don't be go walking out at night boy". I managed to get us un scathed and in one piece to Jay's, tho Andy I ...
... I had homemade beef & veg soup with half of chef's wrap. Andy had the munchy basket of fried: onion rings, mozerrella sticks, breaded mushrooms & fries. My soup was so beefy, rich like oxtail with melt in the mouth chunks of beef & veg. Andy had his refill coffee and I had a chai mai. The doughnuts looked tasty when we came in, but neither could manage one after. Whilst we were sat inside, Andy had found on the Geo-cache site, there was a spot very nearby, ...
... loading the car carefully with wrapped box and set of at 1pm. The party was not until 4pm, but we wanted to get in early to play birthdays and FaceTime. When we arrived there was already a house full. I walked in to greet 3 hillbilly old boys, I didn't recognise uncle Lynny at first, as he had grown a white beard, he was stood chatting with Grandpa Ray & Keith. Also there was one of his daughter's; Beth with her hubby Michael and 3 kids. We soon settled in, all the ...
... with the monster trucks and a car which had an enormous engine on top of the bonnet. It was great seeing all the classics; thunderbirds, Cadillacs, chevvy's, along with the meaty mustangs and dodges, and old time bugsy Malone type cars, so many to mention. It felt awesome to see them all together like this and considering we too are doing the Route 66 run from Springfield to LA. It was about 8.30pm by now, so it was getting late for the little ones. No one had eaten ...