Carlisle Inn Sugarcreek
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Day 41: 103 miles from Marysville to Wooster,OH
Warmer today and started out drizzly. Just realised HOW English I sound that I even start my entries with the weather. Few more turns so had to pay attention and Kettie kept me on a tight reign as I attempted to take us the wrong way on one occasion. The others just thought we were in search of ice cream so let us be!
Yes, there is and international group that gathers annually to talk about everything Coleman. I'm surprised everyone doesn't know this, not. My husband Jim and I have been part of the club since 2013. This was our second time attending the international club festivities. Last years convention was in Charlotte, MI.
The biggest bonus of belonging to such a group is that we get to travel to places I've never ...
... at Tamarack again. Larry and I had a bowl of sausage and been chowder which was delicious. Larry had a piece of cornbread and we shared a bowl of peach praline bread pudding. In the afternoon we watched "The Quiet Man" set in Ireland with John Wayne and Maureen O’Hara. We stopped mid-afternoon in West Virginia at a McDonald’s and we tried the ...
... the restaurant was across a busy highway so we drove to Hog Heaven. It is a play on words of a sort as it is a barbecue place with a Harley Davidson Motorcycle themed decor. Larry got a Great Lakes Burning River beer and I got a Hogarita. When I saw the size of the portions being brought out I decided I would get something off the appetizers: Quesadillas with chicken. That was a whole plate but very good. Larry had a Barbequed HOG Sandwich with coleslaw ...
... br> The first was Hershberger's bakery which surprised with the range of simply presented baked and preserved goods they produced such as jams, spreads, preserved fruits and vegetables, popcorn, a myriad of breads, cakes and pastries, and even beef jerky. The most interesting items were the local delicacies such as chop chop, not the illegal tobacco we know but a mix of pickled cabbage, onions and chillies, as well as corn mush. We bought a few things to try and a ...