Red Roof Inn - Canton
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... or someone else really did watch over us I am sure of it. I planned the ride home coming northern route (80) for several reasons. One being that we hadn't been through Nebraska or Iowa on the bike but also to stay away from the southern routes. This time of year is usually bad for storms across the south and with us checking the weather it was a good choice. All we have been seeing is storms to our south. As of today we are over 7,200 miles and ...
... is to most precisely describe the reason for this unusual road wear pattern . The winner of this challenge will receive, at no cost to them, a twofold increase in their ego level, redeemable as a "because I'm smarter than you, that's why" at the time of their choosing. Losers in this competition will just have to suffer in silence. The answer to be provided in the next ...
We left South Bend early so we could drive 4 1/2 hours across Indiana and into Ohio to watch the Akron Rubber Ducks play an afternoon game (Sophie really wanted to see two of her favorite things - baseball and rubber ducks - together). Canal Park is a great little ballpark and the Rubber Ducks won, so we had fun, but there wasn't a single rubber duck to be found in the souvenir shop. From there we drove on, out of Ohio, a little way through Pennsylvania, and into New York for a camping ...
... efforts, we were overwhelmed by an abundance of circus lovers and we had a fantastic day here!
As I posted on my Facebook page that evening:
It's strange being a part of something that people wrongfully protest and it's deliciously victorious when their obscene protests do nothing (not even a dent) to turn people away from our gates. Hartville, Ohio: you ARE a circus town through and through. Thank you for a beautiful day!
I bet you have never heard of this park.....neither did we until we started planning our trip....nevertheless, Cuyahoga Valley National Park is a gem not to be missed. Conveniently located off of I-80, CVNP is a gem not to be missed. Only established as a National Park in 2000, and not at all like the parks of the west, CVNP has much to offer. We spent five wonderful hours riding the Ohio & Erie Canal Towpath Trail. This magnificent multi-use trail leads ...