Drury Inn & Suites Findlay
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10:00 Stopped at Camping World to fill up the propane tank. Check!
10:30 Quick stop at bass pro for a fishing pole. Check!
10:45 Stop at Lowes to grab a few master locks. Check!
11:00 Travis discovers the toilet is leaking in the camper while in the parking lot at Lowes. L Not good at all!
11:15 Rebecca calls dad to come help us figure out why it is leaking!
12:15 Back to camping world for a part. ...
... age it was, it was in very good shape. Also, the asking price was reasonable. After that little detour we eventually made it to the other RV we were supposed to go look at. It turns out that it was in in pretty bad shape and looked really filthy inside, so we drove away without hesitation. For some time after that day we kept the 1992 Coachman in the back of our minds. After looking into RVs on the internet and on the ground, we went back to the place we ...
... packed, got back on the iron horses and hit the highway. The Appalachians are firmly astern of us now, but we moved north and west towards Ohio and there were still plenty of rolling hills and lots of trees to keep us interested. By ‘morning drinks break’ we were on the shores of the smallest and shallowest of the Great Lakes – Lake Erie. A most pleasant and well kempt little marina town by the name of Vermilion made a fine stopping point. ...
... try to at least stay standing up for the full 32 hours. Their motto is "stand for those who can't", which reminds me a lot of our I Run 4 group. :)
Another big event in the city of Bowling Green is the annual Black Swamp Arts Festival. The city blocks off Main Street, and fills the streets with artists showing their work. There are also musicians, children's activities, and ...
... where Tony lives. Extremely large houses everywhere in this area made of brick and stone and timber. Just like Orange, you go just a little way out of town and it's countryside and more corn fields. Yet the farm houses and complexes seem so much bigger than I saw in Ohio. Tomorrow Ann-Maree and Richard arrive. They have been with friends in Vancouver. Then Fri Simon arrives direct from Australia. So the first retreat starts Sat in another area 2 hours from ...