Red Roof Inn Coldwater
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Today we woke up to see a layer of frost and the outside temperature at 0 C. Since we felt we were past most of the scenery that we wanted to see we decided to take the Ohio turnpike toll highway and make better time. The drive was only 4:15 hours but we were able to travel quite a distance primarily because we are out of the hills and onto a prairie landscape. We really aren't in a tourist ...
We started our "Western Trip" this afternoon. Morning was cleaning the house and "closing" procedures for the winter. Uneventful but beautiful weather for "boondocking". Casino was not nice to me, so after dinner and walks with Maggie May, we went to bed anticipating a long drive the next ...
Paired with an emergency landing in Seattle on the way home due to a passenger having a stroke and heart attack on board (thank god for doctors on board, the passenger survived), and arriving in Chicago to hear about the Malaysian Airline flight being shot down in Ukraine
To finally making it home and surprising my parents successfully, reuniting with family members and nephews, meeting two nephews for the first time and witnessing one of them being baptized ...
... so after we checked into the hotel we visited the Sturgis Harley Davidson in Sturgis, MI. Although we have already done the Sturgis rally in South Dakota we can now say we did Sturgis this year! On recommendation from the Harley dealer we ate dinner at a local mexican place which was very good.
Will be on the road early again tomorrow another roughly 650 miles. No real good pictures today, will post some hopefully tomorrow. ...
... tornado warning in the Chicago area. The same corridor we had just driven, was now under a heavy rain, wind, and possible tornado warning. It looked like it would eventually reach us in Howe, too.
The next morning we saw that the clock radio was blinking 2:00, so we figured the power had gone out - the storm had passed through while we slept; we were oblivious to it.
I could barely stomach the ...