Knights Inn Dayton North
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Well we know where we're goin'
But we don't know where we've been
And we know what we're knowin'
But we can't say what we've seen
-- The Talking Heads, 1985
So many stops, so little to say.
We left Barb, Karl, and the Hokies behind this morning -- after sampling several of Barbara's sweet rolls -- and headed to Dayton for a taste of Wright Brothers history. More road construction complicated our route to the Wright Cycle Company, we ...
... and it was FREE!
We are in OHIO for four days. Today we were included in Bill and Sandy Sowers’ family get-together POOL PARTY in honor of the Labor Day weekend. Wow! It was SO MUCH FUN being included so graciously in their lovely celebration. Bill and Sandy are parents of Sara Sowers Collison, our neighbor in Cheyenne. We have spent time with Bill and Sandy in Cheyenne and now in their native Ohio.
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... seen so many churches and Christian schools in one city. We would have taken pictures, but there were just so many...looked it up and there are 568 churches in Dayton...1 is a synagogue and 115 are Baptist... While in the area of the Wright Museum, we thought we would go to a big name bank ATM and make an ATM withdrawal to make sure we had some American money. So, we went to the Chase Bank. We have never seen such tight security! ...
... we got to listen to the truckers planning and scheming. Made it to Dayton, or at least to Brookville, Ohio, just north and west of Dayton. We had to come to another KOA and this one is north of I70 so we can hear the hiway in the distance but, the tree frogs or cicadas are so loud that they kind of drown out the hiway. So far, we have not heard any trains...other than the one they use in this park to take kids on rides and take their parents ...
... to find Huffman Prairie Field, the world’s first airfield, but were put off when it appeared we needed to enter the Wright Patterson Air Force Base at a main gate to reach it. We subsequently discovered that that is probably the way in! The morning hours were spent touring the museum of the United States Air Force; a huge, four hangared, complex which houses a multitude of aircraft from the very early days of aviation ...