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And we're off! Our fifth fall RV adventure has begun...hard to believe. We're excited to be traveling in our new (to us) fifth wheel with plans to visit the national parks in North Dakota, Montana, Washington, Oregon and California. We'll start and end our travels with visits from Zach, Nicole and Isaac which is an added bonus. Katie won't be able to meet us because she just found out ...
... tired as we approach Cleveland, but we want to get on the west side of the city before we camp so we don't hit the morning rush going into the city. No time to stop at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, but big cities are always cool to drive through.
We stocked up on some food at Kroger's supermarket and headed to our campsite in ...
... and we headed down the interstate.
First day out is usually just a travel day as we are in areas close to home with out much new to see. Today, however, we decided to venture off the Pennsylvania Turnpike and go to the Flight 93 Memorial from the 9-11 attacks. The memorial is not complete as they are building a visitor center and educational center. The plane nose-dived into the ground and the crash site is marked with a large boulder. ...
... enough of the roller coasters, here's the Cedar Point page: https://www.cedarpoint.com/things-to-do /roller-coasters They have VIDEOS of each ride on there. :D Point of view videos. \m/
Today I backed off the pace a little and took a ferry over to Put In Bay. That's an island out in Lake Erie, one of the great lakes. I had visions of jet-skiing while there but it really wasn't warm enough. It was a warm day, but it needs to be ...
... all day to decide to try the Top Thrill Dragster coaster. This ride accellerates to 120 mph within a few seconds and then climbs straight up to ~400' and then straight down and back to the station. There are no appropriate words for this ride that are suitable for a family blog. Suffice to say that this ride is a rush.......
No pics as it would have been too much of a hassle to bring in a camera to the park.