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Another 530 miles today. No rain ::) Checked the weather and tomorrow looks nice in the Lehigh Valley, to have only 2 days of all rain out of 18 we REALLY lucked out. As you saw on previous posts there were some spots of rain and the storm in Minnesota on our way out, but all in all was the best we could have asked for. I always say a prayer to my dad and Shane's mom before we leave to keep us safe on the road ((they have both passed on) and someone ...
... second one more than made up for it. We even had Amish children getting their faces painted and buying toy souvenirs and balloons.
We've had some amazing shows in Ohio that have made me fall in love with this again. Most of this season has been really tough (weather, low attendance, protesters, not having our crew the first couple of weeks, etc.) and it's easy to get distracted by the negatives as they pile up on you. But Ohio has been especially lovely and I'm very ...
... shirt. The gloves are becoming threadbare and hole-y from repeated use so I've been hand-sewing Velcro to a new pair that need to be attached to the stretch arms. Should be done tomorrow.
We walked downtown before the show and ended up eating at Linda's Restaurant, an Amish restaurant with AMAZING food we came to find out. I had creamed chicken and biscuits and we split a slice of custard pie.
... landed us in Warren, Ohio where we bought some dinner at a supermarket that we warmed up in the microwave of the hotel room. We do this a lot actually. Most supermarkets have a fresh salad bar or ready to go take-home meals. It saves time, money . . . and calories.
... efforts, we were overwhelmed by an abundance of circus lovers and we had a fantastic day here!
As I posted on my Facebook page that evening:
It's strange being a part of something that people wrongfully protest and it's deliciously victorious when their obscene protests do nothing (not even a dent) to turn people away from our gates. Hartville, Ohio: you ARE a circus town through and through. Thank you for a beautiful day!