Travelodge of Zanesville
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... that brief time, the Fort housed the British, Virginia and Pennsylvania Regiments as well as Royal Americans and Native American encampments. The Fort also had a Blacksmith shop, clay bake ovens, a hospital complex, smokehouse and sawmill. There were the usual armaments, that included a six-pound field cannon, a five and a half inch Howitzer along with well appointed stores of ammunition. Short lived, but vitally important. The Fort at Ligonier fulfilled the need ...
... cash (yes, no credit cards in Amish county). So, a rather amusing mix of negotiation and searching all pockets for any left-over cash takes place. The Amish craftsman makes us a great deal, and we literally empty all our pockets, plus throwing in a block of German chocolate into the deal that we still carried. Well, we'll remember that ...
... now in Michigan. Rode to try to see Lake Michigan this afternoon but was only able to see a very small part. It looked very big and very rough as the wind was blowing. We left Ohio where it was 91 degrees yesterday and arrived at our campsite to 73 degrees. It was so comfortable that we left the door open and opened windows, something we don't get to do that often. We'll spend two nights here then travel more on Saturday. More to come later.
... so we just stayed on the coach and fixed lunch. By the time we'd finished eating the rain had stopped so Jim took over and on we went to Buckeye Lake.
We got set up in our campsite then went to eat dinner. Jim found a local diner called "Clay's Cafe" in Hebron, OH. You can see pictures attached. It was quaint with stools at the counter that reminded us of our growing up ...
... s a barn that has been converted to a pool, and various sporting courts; this took up most of Saturday. I went with them to church on Sunday morning, and received a warm welcome for everyone that I was introduced to. I especially enjoyed listening to the children's choir (which Owen and Piper are a part of) in the service. After a trip to Wendy's for lunch on the way home, I then started ...