Baymont Inn & Suites Huber Heights/Dayton
Travel Blogs from Huber Heights
... line was quite long. I think I went on 17 rides this whole day and I was exhausted by the end of it. The trip home was very quiet.
Next week we are off to a place called Cedar Point, then Niagara Falls and then the final stop will be New York before we head home.
I hope you are all well and I am looking forward to seeing you soon.
... s invention of a wind tunnel.
The 1903 flight was just a start. They did not have a flyable aircraft. So they went back to Dayton and started working on their problem. First they wanted to reproduce the Kill Devil Hills flight. They had trouble because the wind would change directions making the rail take off impractical. The Wrights were committed to the rail and developed a catapult system that got ...
... the Oregon "O" but they really got the color wrong.
Directions to the KOA were accurate and we set up the trailer and will do some shopping tonight at a Kroger's -- just like home. The temperature is in the low 90'sF with a humid feel - people around here like it and say this is normal for summer. I like our air conditioning.
... The whole park is like being in a jungle. Nathan was able to dig for buried bones and learn interesting facts. He had a ball. I loved taking photos of all that there was to experience here.
Unfortunately it rained fairly hard during the afternoon. This meant that some of the rides were closed for a while so Sam and I took Indi and Nathan back to the hotel but the big boys all stayed on and when the rides opened again they hung out until late in the ...
... be with us and show us around.
-There is no possible way to keep a van clean and organized on a trip like this.
-My wife was right I did not crack one book.
-You cant take enough photos. Digital photography makes that so much easier now.
-Our country is beautiful, the land, the people, the history and legacy. I hope the girls will remember this trip forever and tell their kids about it.