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We made it across ohio in 4 hours, and I think we stopped to pee about 20 times. We stayed at Matt's house, an old friend and chef from the Vanderbilt. Since we got in at 11:30 pm the first thing on basil's mind was late night food. And Matt knew just the place. He took him to Bakersfield. If you make it, they have awesome ...
... this took us to highway 125 which goes to Cincinnati. Along the way, we saw a number of barns with quilt squares painted on them. This is a trail which has been started for people to follow to see sights and visit attractions. Other people have just got into the act and decorated their barn. Did not follow the trail but was able to see a few and get photos of some.
I drove again for about 25 miles but again we started to get into the more built up area so I got out of ...
... s sleep and headed out in the rain, one of the few times we have encountered it. Strange because it rained while we were in St. Louis and the short remaining portions of Missouri. Some weird clouds, too! Then, as we crossed the mighty Mississippi into Illinois, it stopped raining. Guess Mother Nature loves Illinois better although it was a dark gloomy sky! Today, we drove five states: MO, IL, IN, KY, and OH. Leaves are not really turning color until we ...
... with her. Small batch made ice cream with exotic flavors like Mango and Chocolate Ganache -- how can you go wrong? Between the four of us we had seven flavors (including five premium ice creams, one gelato, and one sorbet), all were excellent.
We ended our day honoring our kids' request for pool time. We jumped and splashed and swam and generally had a soaking good night.
... up for a zip line tour, Macy and Anna were excited to try out an aerial ropes course, and we all got tickets to the planetarium.
After a ton of laughs, much fun, a picnic lunch, a little hard work, a movie, and a brief re-tour of the actual museum, we decided to call it a day. Our new home is a La Quinta in Cincinnati.