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We had a wonderful day with a morning visit to Richard's daughter, Amy, who has cerebral palsy and spends her work days at a wonderful facility called the Pieters Life Center. From there, we headed west on Route 90 traveling along the NY State Thruway, down Route 271 to the Ohio Route 80 interstate. Enough about roads.
For lunch, we pulled off the highway ...
... that button down to the wrist. The women had their traditional bonnets on, and of course, the married men all wore thick, flowing square cut beards. Only the married men are allowed to grow beards. The single ones must remain clean shaven until their wedding, and then, they too must grow a beard. One thing we did notice, that some of them were riding along on what must be described as scooters. They were sort of a cross between a bicycle and a scooter. They seemed happy ...
... Can't wait to get home tomorrow and see our babies, I really miss the kitties! My mom took really good care of them so they probably won't care when we get home. Thanks Mom for taking care of them, Love you!!!! Only 330 to go tomorrow so a short one. Will post when we get home. Can't say I missed the traffic but cannot wait to cross the PA border. PS. Thanks To my dear (Shane) for driving and Keeping us safe and shiny side up!!!! Love ...
... to a great night had by all. Our hosts, Conrad and RuthAnn and family, have lived in this idyllic little corner of the world for nearly 20 years. Conrad has operated his auto parts recycling business at nearby Alliance for nearly 40 years. RuthAnn is a long serving Teacher, High School Principal, and now School Administrator. Two of their friends include Paul, a retired mailman (the best kind according to now a keen biker, fisherman and traveller). ...
... throw bullets to first. He's hitting .179, though, and struck out with men on second and third and one out in the 9th. Final score was 4-3 Scrappers. Plus 15 men left on base...hmmm. I wonder how that might have turned out differently?
That was it for today's excitement; tomorrow is the big event of the weekend: we're taking a ride on an excursion train pulled by the NKP765, a fully restored steam engine. Should be fun!