Super 8 Vandalia/Dayton International Airport
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... haze always seemed to hang over the land and wind was a constant.
Newfoundland roads were full of potholes, especially the roads leading to the small fishing villages. We put the glass microwave dish under our mattress every day to keep it from bouncing around. The TransCanada Highway was quite good.
When talking to Newfoundlanders, sometimes we felt they were speaking a different language. They talked really fast and we often had ...
... Uris Library, the Clock Tower, and West Campus. We hustled down to the van, then got it back to the airport right at the end of our 2-hour loan period.
Donna at the desk was great: she helped us get fuel (amazingly expensive!), but then didn't charge us for the use of the van, which I figure was a wash.
I planned a route from Ithaca up towards Buffalo with the intent of circling over the Niagara Falls. I had been watching ...
... and their two boys Colin and Baron. We had a great lunch and the kids played together so well. Their was a big blow up water slide and a slip n slide. Then later Katie brought several bottles of shaving cream and the kids sprayed them into a baby pool, it was awesome! After a great dinner the kids tried out Uncle Tom's homemade bike/car wash! Later we had a bonfire and hung out, such good times!!! It was so great seeing everyone and catching ...
... all while getting us there just in time for kickoff. Centre defeated the Dublin Rebels 90-0 but both teams had fun. Duncan played a decent amount and looked good doing it. Austin and I caught bus back and got within "walking" distance of our place. Glad Austin knew where we were going because I had no idea. Had a really long sleep after being on the move since the morning before. Duncan fell ill and texted us early next morning so we walked ...
... settling on the backpack, I changed my mind yet again, repacking my original choice: the over the shoulder bag. Am I going to regret this? Probably. But in no way was I going to be able to pack for all aspects of the trip in my one bag. Impossible. I packed the necessities, which I believe I did a fantastic job of minimizing. This includes six shirts, a sweater, jacket, rain ...