Rodeway Inn Findlay
Travel Blogs from Findlay
We did get on the road again after about an hour and a half. AAA came an hour after we called. While waiting, we decided to make the best of things and eat some dinner. We put the top up on the camper just enough to get out the stove to heat up some cans of Dinty Moore stew. We looked rather strange with a half popped camper, eating ...
... of the books.
On our way back to BG we stopped at Jeffrey's Antique Mall. It is right off of I-75 at exit 161. It is billed as North West Ohio's largest antique mall. It has over 300 vendors and is HUGE. I found an anniversary gift for Bob while I was there! Shh!! Don't tell.... I found a matryoshka/nesting doll toothpick holder, so Mom purchased that for me.
Today I started making a purse that my sister, Kim wants for an auction to support juvenile diabetes. Since I didn't have the necessary interfacing and batting, my mom and I started our day by shopping at The Busy Thimble. We then poked into For Keeps and Ardvark Graphics. We rushed home to pick up the kids to take them to see The Odd Life of Timothy Green. Great movie. If you are dealing with infertility, I would warn you to be prepared.... We ...
... are some numbers:
- Gone 5 weeks minus 1 days July 6 through August 8
· We drove 7600 miles
· We burned 892 gallons of gas
· We averaged 8.5 miles per gallon
· Gas averaged $3.66 per gallon, cheapest in AZ $3.12 and most expensive in AZ $4.89
· Traveled through 18 of our beautiful states
· Explored and enjoyed 9 National Parks, multiple National Forests and Monuments
· Campsites ran $14 to ...
... Thankfully, we decided to make a stop in La Grange, KY as the price at the very next exit was 30 cents higher. Speaking of our stop in La Grange, we had a great fast food experience - if such a thing actually exists! We stopped by a Rally's to pick up lunch, along with a couple of burgers to placate the dogs for begin stuck in a car all day! After we placed ...