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... a lengthy hibernation, in May I took my motorcycle safety course and had my license 48 hours later. Long story short, from May to Sept. I gathered roughly 500 miles of experience riding around town including a 200 mile trip thru Hocking Hills. Never in the rain, wind, or dark of night I have convinced myself I’m ready for a 5000 mile journey across the United Sates and there was no looking back. Somewhere ...
... baggage had been sent on the first available plane to Columbus and was waiting for us in baggage claim. We got in our car and drove to Wurst und Beer near Crosswoods Cinema for our lunch. Larry and Derek had Paulaner Oktoberfest beer which was nothing like what they had in Munich. I had a new Shandy/Radler type beer flavored with ...
... the plan was for Donelle to meet me that night but once she received her timetable we realised this might not be feasible and decided against it, so you can imagine my surprise when Donelle greeted me at the baggage carousel! Having Donelle around made the next days shopping and travel a lot easier. After breakfast I collected the rental car and parked it back at the hotel before we headed ...
... held at historic Ohio Village, with over 250 artisans, plenty of seminars and my favorite, great food!
Bless his heart, Scott explored parts of Columbus while I spent the day enjoying the ambiance at the fair and spending money. I found 3 beautiful handmade linen pillows from a company called "French Laundry Home", 2-3 books, one in ...
Southern Ohio is not heavy on interesting sights worth a
stop as you’re crossing the state by that route. One, though, is Hopewell
Culture National Historical Park, an archaeological and interpretive site of
ancient Native American mound building cultures which inhabited the Mississippi
and Ohio Valley regions. The Mound City Group is the ost significant of several
sites in the area near the town of Chillicothe, but there’s really not much to