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... Island Winery, and of course we had to bring a couple bottles home for the evening. We also drove through Point Pelee National Park, a famous bird migration route, spotting wild turkeys and a cougar. We were pretty excited to see wild things that were alive because our road kill count is over 100! So now, it's off to Michigan and then heading west towards home. Wonder what adventures we will have on the ...
... she will start a new job next week with Pandora music in Cleveland. What great news! We've got warm and cold weather clothes, hiking gear, an inflatable two-man kayak, bikes, and an itinerary that should satisfy our wanderlust and highlight the varied landscape of the Pacific Northwest. I hope you'll enjoy our trip vicariously through my blog. First overnight stop...Indiana Dunes State ...
We had a good day of driving through Massachusetts, New York, Pennsylvania and Ohio. The landscape doesn't change too much through these states and the traffic was usually light, except through the population centers like Albany, Buffalo and Cleveland. Mostly two lane highway. Weather was great and looks good for the majority of the trip. Getting ...
... crash site can only be visited by family members of those who died in the crash. A walkway along the crash site leads to a wall containing the names of those who were on the plane that fateful day. Information boards tell the story of Flight 93.
to head west into Ohio getting to our campground at about 6 pm.
Tomorrow we will make our way to Tinley Park, Illinois where we will spend the afternoon visiting before continuing our trek west.
... I was unable to do anything about it. I was in the left lane (the fast lane, of course) when it hit and visibility decreased by the second. I slowed down voluntarily (also possibly for the first time ever) and felt safe enough about that while ever I could see the lane markers in front of the hood of my car and the tail lights of the SUV ahead of me. Until I couldn't see them anymore. The absolute ONLY thing I could see through ...