Red Roof Inn Buckeye Lake
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to see them again. We met their puppy dogs; Diane's cute 15 year old, long haired, grey doggy and Adam's English mastiff. It was the biggest dog that I have ever seen. It's enormous. From miniature Cuppy in the morning, to giant Mastiff in the evening. It wagged its tail, which hit me and it actually hurt! It also sat on my foot and I struggled to pull it out from under its butt! Thankfully, he was a big softie, but its head was big enough ...
... and Indian War. George Washington, then a Major, was sent to the Ohio Valley in 1753 to deliver a message to the French, demanding they leave the area. A few months later, Major Washington and 150 soldiers fought with the French soldiers for the right to claim the land for Virginia. Unlike his later battles, this time Washington was beaten and forced to surrender. This event was such an embarrassment to the young officer, that he resigned his commission. This was ...
... we called Derek to let him know we would be at Polaris soon. He beat us there and was sitting at the bar when we arrived. For supper I got shepherd's pie, Derek had fish and chips and Larry got the pot roast. Derek came to the house for a while and we watched Rick Steves Scotland and then an episode of Vicious - classic British humor with Ian McKellan and Derek Jacobi. Derek went home and we went to bed.
Well all good things come to an end and it was time for us to leave.
We had had just the most amazing day with Rosie being the obvious highlight but we loved it all.
We both tend to avoid zoos when we are travelling as we prefer to see the animals in their natural habitat. However we both agree that zoos have a place. 90% of the kids visiting the zoo today will never go to Africa to see rhinos, or Malaysia to see wild elephants or many of the ...
... to turn. He's much happier swimming outside anyway :-)
The rest of the day was devoted to searching for a way we could travel across the USA without renting a vehicle. The problem is we need a vehicle for almost 3 months in the states which is phenomenally expensive but also we won't be bringing it back. We want to go on through Mexico and further. No rental company in their right minds would let us leave a camper van there!