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 ...
... s company this time. I know it has been a tough year for these two folks but one would never have guessed it. We were welcomed with open arms and great hospitality.
It was 3:30 pm once again before we continued the trek. Michigan did not let us down with the bumpy roads but Ohio had way more construction than I anticipated - tricky stuff when the lanes are narrow and you are towing a ...
We stopped for a break at the Alan Shepherd Museum. There were nice displays and the original movie of the moon landing. I remembered waking up my kids who were 1 and 2 at the time to get up and watch it live. I doubt that they remember it.
There was a display of all the astronauts that came from Ohio. There were a lot, probably more than any other state.
... 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.
... them. H's aren't pronounced and for instance, the word tango would be pronounced taingo. There are many other subtleties that are hard to explain, but we loved listening to them talk, always with enthusiasm.
Of all the provinces, Newfoundland was the least wealthy in terms of "the finer things in life." Restaurants were few and far between and B&B's took the place of hotels. However, most of the locals we talked to exuded a spirit of happiness ...