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... Walmart parking lot. We found one about 4 miles north, parked, ate lunch, unhooked Mr. Toad and drove off. I love traveling!
This turned out to be a good thing because we had to stop by a UPS store to pick up a business letter in need of our signature and stop at a local Chase Bank to cash a couple checks, pick up some cash and tell them we are going to Canada so our ATM cards will work up there.
Finally arriving at HOF, we ...
Hartville is one of the towns we've been looking forward to all season. Last year, we had an immensely fun day with Christa, the sponsor of our show, and her daughter, Lucy. We've kept in touch with her since then through Facebook and as the day was coming closer, we were texting back and forth and sharing in each other's excitement.
We're parked on a field next to Hartville Hardware and an ENORMOUS flea market which was open today. ...
The sound of the big Standardbreds trotting down the road carries so that you can hear them coming long before you see them.
We were able to talk with several of the Amish that were in and around then campground. One night we ate at Mrs. Yoder's Restaurant, one of several places to ...
... geese, chickens, quail, pheasant, donkeys, mules and swans. Normal farm animals.
Well, we thought that initially, until we came upon what they call, "Alternate Livestock."
They give you a ride through the fields and forests area around the farm. They have some odd animals for an Amish farm. A Peacock, Macaws, blue and gold and scarlet, Cockatoo and Japanese Imperial Koi. Okay, not ...
... it. Fox kept running to the back of the site and up over the little incline.
Sure enough, there are two huge farms with a large open field sitting between them. The sheep were welcoming us, along with the goats, cows and horses. We truly are in farm country.
Hopefully, tomorrow we will get to explore the area with no further interruptions.
Bye for now and stay well.