TownePlace Suites Columbus Airport Gahanna
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Today we traveled through West Virginia on I-77 through beautiful mountain country. The RV performed very well. Attached you will see pictures of us going through not one but two tunnels! It was interesting to say the least! And yes there is light at the end of the tunnel ! (both, in fact)
I drove awhile and pulled into a rest area to change drivers when the rain started coming ...
... right next to the interstate. When we have long driving days I have tried to look for interesting stops just a short distance off the highway.
Once on I-70 we crossed the Ohio River moving into our fourth state of the day. With the early start we got through Columbus with a minimum of traffic as we were ahead of rush hour.
We are now parked in the RV Park in Galloway, Ohio. Tomorrow we will continue our trek west hopefully making it to western ...
... we are a go to take posession in Aug after some previous rental commitments have been honored. Paul is already making plans to change the kitchen, the floor and the master bathroom. It will be some work but I think it will be fun to make this into a place we can enjoy and invite friends to visit. It is amazing to me that 5 months ago I wasn't sure I would even like being in Florida for an extended period and now I will own a place to come and go whenever I ...
... ready to leave and Roya was making fun of me for wearing flip flops (she only did this because I did it to her once before). I had to prove a point and I went out to the car to get my cute shoes out of the trunk. I popped the trunk and grabbed my wedges. The keys sat on the suitcase in the trunk while I put my shoes on. That's when Murphy's Law came into play. My entire trip went so smoothly, something had to go wrong. I shut the ...
... up taking almost exactly two hours and I got home just at sunset. Of course, the rain started to fall 15 minutes from home. Just enough to get everything damp before the end of the ride.
After 5458.4 miles in 19 days, being home is a bit surreal.
The idea of having more stuff than will fit in the side cases and two duffle bags is a bit odd. As is the idea of not sleeping in my tent or in a less than stellar bed in a college ...