Sheraton Erie Bayfront Hotel
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... a lot more enjoyable than the rides we'd had before through Pensilvania further down the state. As we'd set off late today we had trouble deciding where to stay as we were running out of sunlight. Free grabbing some food for dinner at a supermarket, we lucked out and found a secluded clearing by the lake that was perfect for camping overnight. It was dark by the time we finished setting up and ate so just got a decent nights sleep for the day ...
We drove around the local towns and found two fun little local markets.
The first was the Crossraods Indoor Market. People bring all kinds of locally made, grown or built items into a big warehouse and set up stalls. Mike got a bottle of wine and I bought a star.
Then we drove towards Chautauqua and along ...
... we found the old Welch's Building from the 1800's and a great park complete with gazebo and a grand old church across the street form a beautiful statue of a little girl giving President Lincoln some flowers. Right out of a Norman Rockwell painting.
We met some pretty neat characters here in camp. A group of guys that called themselves "Total Rednecks". Watching them try to put their camp together ...
... had rocks (at the port side and where the tall ships are) while the end and other side have huge sandy beaches. There are monuments dating back to the Battle of Lake Erie from 1813, and light houses dot the shore. There is even a huge theme park with enormous rides right at the very beginning of the state park. Once again my jaw was on the ground and my camera was smoking for taking so many photos.
Love, Love, LOVED this place. ...
Our first date back in Ohio! Our jump was only 17 miles this morning which was luxurious compared to the jump across New York a few days ago. The lot is right on the water and within walking distance of a few diners/cafes.
As soon as we parked, John and I walked down to the marina where we hoped to find a restaurant open for breakfast. Alas, there was no such thing, but we met a nice cat who was hanging out on a large rock, watched some boats go into ...