Red Carpet Inn Piqua
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Met Jim and Sue at meeting place shortly after 9:00am this morning. We're doing the first leg of our journey with them! Nice to have some travel buddies :) We left London at 9:30 am. Good weather - Clear and sunny all the way. Stopped in Toledo Ohio to purchase a hot spot. After much running around, bought one, got it set up and now we have wifi while on the road Stayed in Wapakaneta KOA. Arrived around ...
... all the truck traffic. Richard had counted on getting an electronic trip tik from CAA the night before we left to confirm our route. It turns out the format has changed and we decided against downloading it to the iPad.
Nonetheless we made it to Miller Lane and tried yet another hotel here which was just fine. It was great to be able to walk to dinner across the street at O'Charleys.
... Cleveland (Hi, Tom and Renee!) and Columbus (Hi, Paige!), but ever onward we sped. Maņana we hope to get just beyond St.Louis with a straight shot to Kansas City Saturday.
Thinking of you (and still munching ginger snaps and oatcakes and scones, MotM). Love,
p.s. If I manage to send my one photo of the day, it'll be of what we could see of Lake Erie way behind masses of vineyards.
Here's our own personal impressions of the provinces we visited.
Ontario had the best recycling program. Absolutely everything gets recycled - wet paper, dry paper, lawn clippings, cardboard, glass, aluminum, you name it - it gets recycled. Special blue bags are used for the trash and you'd best bring your own grocery bag to the store or you'll get charged. (Thanks Karen for giving us our own grocery bags.)
Some of the Atlantic provinces ...
... that my nose gear had collapsed! This isn't that strange (how many other planes retract their nose gears to park?), but it had easily been 15 years since anyone else had asked me that. I guess as EZs get less common, I ought to expect to start hearing it again.
Ironically, right after I landed, the tower controller asked how many EZs were still flying, as he hadn't seen any in New York since moving out from California a few years back.