Super 8 Motel Coshocton
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... We weren't disappointed!
The convention activities were set up at the Carlisle Inn in Walnut Creek and they consisted of Coleman sales and display tables, breakout sessions, distribution of the NEW Vintage Coleman Products Guide, business meeting/dinner and finishing up with a well attended auction. In my estimate there were close to 200 people in attendance coming from all over. We had folks hailing ...
... Pennsylvania and Ohio.
The drive was fairly uneventful, and my navigating skills proved to get us to out destination without any random detours - yay! We did end up in a storm where the rain was so heavy that we could barely see the road, but luckily, these tended to be short sharp showers.
For the rest of this week, we will have similarly long drives until we reach the Rushmore ...
... had Oreo Cookie and I had Reese’s Pieces. We stopped at Newcomerstown to drop off one couple and then at the Hampton Inn in New Philadelphia where half of us got off. I drove until we got to Warsaw and then Larry drove to Derek’s. I called Derek from east of Mount Vernon so he could order a pizza from Long Branch in Centerburg which we picked up on our ...
... with Rt. 36. We saw no less than 8 buggies in Amish country, all going the other direction, probably heading home after church. It was cloudy but dry all the way to Raven's Glen Winery where we stopped for a short time. We went for the Wine Tasting. We had a flight of 8 semi-sweet and sweet wines: White Raven, Raven Rouge, White Merlot, Sangria, Tropical Temptations, Wildly Cherry, Blackberry and Chantilly Lace (a dessert wine). They gave us a wine glass ...
... br> The first was Hershberger's bakery which surprised with the range of simply presented baked and preserved goods they produced such as jams, spreads, preserved fruits and vegetables, popcorn, a myriad of breads, cakes and pastries, and even beef jerky. The most interesting items were the local delicacies such as chop chop, not the illegal tobacco we know but a mix of pickled cabbage, onions and chillies, as well as corn mush. We bought a few things to try and a ...