The Riverside Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Back on the road today! We were set to do 60 miles which is now starting to feel like a normal day. My legs aren't half a sore as I thought and my bum has definitely broken into the saddle some more! The road was generally flat as it snaked beside Lake Erie, with some really nice views along the way. We stopped off around 20 miles in for some really good food at a place called Boomerang before setting off again to do the last 40 miles in one. ...
We only drove a little over an hour today. We wanted to see Erie, PA. so we stayed in the KOA right outside of the main park. OMG!
First of all, it started to rain just as we were pulling into the park. Yay.
Next, we were lucky enough to get THE LAST SPOT in the entire park! It turns out that there is a motorcycle jamboree going on here this weekend and everybody and their brother are here or will be tomorrow! This place is ...
... and unsuccessfully attempted to dodge goose droppings as we walked.
When we got back to the lot, we ran into Gene and Kyle who were about to walk over to a diner. We made a stop at the Conneaut Arts Center where they had a portrait exhibit on display. They had a contest for best portrait so after looking at all of them, we filled out our ballots. After we left the center, we were admiring a house across the street when a woman walked up to the ...
... gloves on John’s strongman shirt because his current gloves are developing holes in them from frequent use) and then forced ourselves out of the house to take a walk.
I’m glad we did because today’s weather was beautiful. A bit on the chilly side, so we wore hoodies and walked to the library. We saw Sue and Michael there, but they were just leaving. Oh, and on our walk, we made friends with a puppy tied up outside of his house. He wasn’t ...
We woke up to rain again this morning but struck out anyway to drive the covered bridge route. I didn't realize that there were so many unpaved roads in Ohio! It definitely was not a hot tour for others; we were the only ones at each bridge, not counting the occasional local that traveled it to get where they needed to go. I was intrigued with the design inside the wooden structures that made ...