TownePlace Suites Findlay
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We did get on the road again after about an hour and a half. AAA came an hour after we called. While waiting, we decided to make the best of things and eat some dinner. We put the top up on the camper just enough to get out the stove to heat up some cans of Dinty Moore stew. We looked rather strange with a half popped camper, eating ...
... eh. I wish I could say there were gorgeous vistas, but alas. Fairly flat, not too exciting. We were skating the bottom of Lake Erie, but I guess the highway planning committee decided picturesque views from I-90 wasn't important.
Ohio is...interesting. The landscape has some amazing farm views, and then some spectacularly boring fields of corn. It's definitely not consistent. LOTS of corn, let me tell you, it will be a bumper crop thanks to ...
We're finishing final packing and getting the house ready for Mark to move in.
We're departing for Toledo Express early tomorrow morning and will be arriving at London Heathrow about 10:45PM BST (British Summer Time / http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/British_Su mmer_Time )
Goodnight! For one of our last stops tonight we made a halt at a station plaza or a rest stop in Ohio. This plaza was really nice with a coffee shop, a gift shop, restrooms, and a couple fast food restaurants. We stayed for about and hour. Then every body toke there stuff off the bus then boarded again with girls in the back and boys in the front. Before we departed ...
... DePaola, Arnold Lobel, Randolph Caldecott, and Kate Greenaway just to name a few.... The Museum is housed on the grounds of the University of Findlay. It is very close to I-75. It is free to visit and asks for donations. The galleries within the space organize the pieces by a similarity. Today's topics were Mistakes by Illustrators, Mother Goose, Award Winners... Various techniques were ...
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