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... and grateful that we were able to make this trip. We thank God for our health, for our safety, for returning us home, and for giving us all the opportunities that He has. And thank you for following our journey on this blog -- I hope you have enjoyed reading it as much as I have enjoyed writing it. Now we plan to be home for a while ...
OK so this is my first post on this site.
Here are our stats for today.
Left Oceanport at 8:45am and arrived in Sandusky, OH at 6:45pm.
We traveled 545 miles on I-80 and it was a long and hot ride.
Tomorrow is Chicago which is 250 miles, so an easy ride compared to today.
... marshy areas it was mosquito heaven! There were so many of them, and huge ones! In the evening we headed over to cedar point amusement park, which was nice. They had some very impressive rides, including one that was the fastest and tallest when it was built, and was amazing, although sadly only watched as I can't go on them. We got back quite late and headed straight to bed. We then all ...
... the black water tank. However, we have ran water though all the lines and tested the hot water tank. The refrigerator runs on propane and electric and has done a great job keeping our beer cold!
On June 17th Travis asked me to marry him!!!! (As if a two month trip around the US wasn't enough excitement for the summer) Our engagement has pretty much made us chickens with our heads cut off. The wedding will take place in Ohio therefore wedding ...
... as the sun rises. I can feel the change in the sky. We did not drive all night, though I was surprised to see how well we all did pulling off and sleeping at a wayside rest. Five hours! And I didn't even have to load/unload the tent and gear. Despite break in the clouds/rain, the ground and everything our gear would touch is completely soaked. Today we will look for ...