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... than we had imagined it to be -- such an opportunity to see this beautiful country from coast to coast. Remember the words from "America the Beautiful":
"O beautiful for spacious skies,
For amber waves of grain,
For purple mountain majesties
Above the fruited plain!
America! America! God shed His grace on ...
OK so this is my first post on this site.
Here are our stats for today.
Left Oceanport at 8:45am and arrived in Sandusky, OH at 6:45pm.
We traveled 545 miles on I-80 and it was a long and hot ride.
Tomorrow is Chicago which is 250 miles, so an easy ride compared to today.
... arrived in Cleveland, and after lunch we went round the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, which was really good, very well done and had an amazing photo exhibit by Herb Ritts, which was really good. Spent a couple of hours there and then we got back in the bus and drove to Sandusky where we were camping. The campsite was right on the edge of the lake which was lovely, although unfortunately due ...
... to be in full force while we are actually in Ohio. We have figured out a rough guest list and have tentatively booked our reception hall.
So finally after a crazy few weeks of weddings, last minute trip details, and visiting with family we are on the road but not until after a long start to the first day. We had planned on filling up our propane tank, stopping by BassPro for an extra fishing pole, and Lowes to grab a few master locks before ...
... campground and spend the day/night along the shores of upper peninsula. We are only five hrs from Mackinaw bridge! I am very impressed with my travel companions, it seems my Saggitarian Mara has rubbed off on the girlies. Yesterday's audio book: "The Night Gardener" by Jonathan Auxier, is a little Gaiman-like and at times had the feeling of Coroline, but ...