Red Roof Inn Columbus/Grove City
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... was really good - so good in fact we brought home enough for tomorrow night!
Tomorrow we plan to go into Lancaster and Columbus OH. While in Lancaster we plan to go bowling! We are officially in the class of retirees that have time for fun and games!!
There should be some touristy things to see and do so hopefully we will have more interesting facts to report tomorrow.
... right next to the interstate. When we have long driving days I have tried to look for interesting stops just a short distance off the highway.
Once on I-70 we crossed the Ohio River moving into our fourth state of the day. With the early start we got through Columbus with a minimum of traffic as we were ahead of rush hour.
We are now parked in the RV Park in Galloway, Ohio. Tomorrow we will continue our trek west hopefully making it to western ...
... flew to Florida. Paul was sure he wouldn't like it but we were both pleasantly surprised with how much room there was, and how bright inside. We arrived Sunday, staying until the inspection Wed afternoon and the interview with the condo association ladies. In between we checked out the area, the consignment stores, the beaches and restaurants. I think we will enjoy being here. After some haggling over the repair of the electrical panel and removal of the ...
... conversations. It was a good time until the lady came in to kick us out. I called Geico when we got back to the car and told them about my keys locked in the trunk situation. The lady was very nice and had someone on the way to help a girl out. We got back to the apartment at the same time as the tow truck guy. He pulled out the pink metal rod thing and finagled it around the inside of the car after he pumped a crack in the door. He hit ...
... school to go over this. Scott and I were extremely encouraged by our meeting with the CCD instructor and we both breathed some sighs of relief that maybe this was going to be just what Talia needed.
Today Scott and I sat down with the CCD instructor, along with the school principal and Talia's teacher to go over a plan. Her teacher seemed fairly receptive, while the principle still had many questions and concerns. We were finishing up with our ...