Red Roof Inn - Akron
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... is owned and operated by the local Amish families. It's not just for the tourists, locals eat there as well, including Amish families.
On the surface, it seems their life style is far less hectic or stressful than ours. But you never know what is just under the surface.
Bye for now and stay ...
... place in the world’s largest Amish community where farming is still done with horses.
Most of the local farms are horse-powered. This is like a trade show for finding everything that goes along with working horses.
Equipment and carriages, straw hats and ox bows, harness and tack, collars, feed, farrier and health products; all can be found here. Even the the local traffic ...
... to loose air. By this afternoon it was flat. Mike was able to pull the valve stem out, pull the stuck needle out, replace the valve stem and hooked up the air compressor long enough to get the tire inflated so it wasn't sitting on its rim.
So the first few days here in Dundee were challenging, but then, we were sitting outside and could hear sheep bleating, I think that's what ...
The morning routine, getting the RV ready to hit the road, went off without a hitch. Well, technically, there is a hitch, on the tow dolly, but never mind that. Each time we put the car on or off the dolly, it gets easier. Practice...etc. We wanted to get an earlier start than usual because the forecast was for severe thunderstorms and high winds. Traveling through heavy rain ...
Arrived yesterday after Hugh backup on I-80. Nice CG, quite full. Found a spot sort of away from others because it had a few puddles. It rained off and on most of my stay. I watched "Where the Wild Things Are" that I bought at a garage sale when I was with Cousin Fran. It was great ...
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