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... right next to the interstate. When we have long driving days I have tried to look for interesting stops just a short distance off the highway.
Once on I-70 we crossed the Ohio River moving into our fourth state of the day. With the early start we got through Columbus with a minimum of traffic as we were ahead of rush hour.
We are now parked in the RV Park in Galloway, Ohio. Tomorrow we will continue our trek west hopefully making it to western ...
... part. A tune that I liked came on as soon as we were getting ready to go and of course I had to dance to it. And of course Roya had to join me. So we just kept on groovin'! There was a guy sitting across the bar who I thought was cute. I went over to him and asked him if he wanted to dance but he told me no. Apparently he needed a few more beers before he was getting his booty out of the bar stool. I told him to do a shot and mosied back ...
Today was my last day in NOLA. it was time to turn around and go back home to pick up my life. Mirza and I went to breakfast at The Grill nola before I left. We told the waiter we were from Pittsburgh and he started singing, "Black and yellow, black and yellow!" From there, we went to the Lafayette Cemetery to try and find the statue of the weeping angel. It was pouring down rain and we were trudging through the cemetery in our ponchos. My flip flop kept ...
... basket! I thought it was just the coolest thing that I've been wanting to see it and my route today just happened to take me past it!
When I got to her house, I let myself in and Bosco (one of her dogs) was SO happy to see me. I was clobbered with puppy hugs and got slobbery kisses all over my face. Roya and I caught up for a bit and then headed out to dinner at the Mellow Mushroom down the street from her apartment. Beer + spinach artichoke dip + ...
... and eclectic shops. It certainly looked and felt different to most American suburbs because of the architecture and cobbled streets covered in snow. We had lunch at an old sausage shop called Schmidt's which had expanded into a restaurant that catered more for American tastes while still serving authentic German food. Afterwards, we went for a treacherous walk through the streets in search of a nice coffee and chocolate shop ...