Regency Inn Perrysburg
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Easy drive but really didn't get far?!..despite explicit instructions I managed to get turned around ( ie lost)leaving Kitchener just as I did entering it!!!...not an easy "on/ off" from 401!!
- Mindless TV ....fits my mood tonight!!
... try to at least stay standing up for the full 32 hours. Their motto is "stand for those who can't", which reminds me a lot of our I Run 4 group. :)
Another big event in the city of Bowling Green is the annual Black Swamp Arts Festival. The city blocks off Main Street, and fills the streets with artists showing their work. There are also musicians, children's activities, and ...
I started the day with a drive from Youngstown, OH to lovely Punderson State Park. By the way, state parks are awesome-- each one has its own lovely surprise, plus at Punderson I got a free chocolate chip cookie from the Punderson Porch ladies, plus a beautiful hike and a hot shower for free. It turns out that staying clean on the road is ...
... We did stop and see her . . . and visited about 10 minutes . . . she
took our picture . . . because we didn't realize it . . . but today was
her birthday!! So, we were her birthday present!! There wasn't a lot of time, but we are glad we stopped. As an aside, she liked Ford Flex that we have . . . when we were in Edmore, Michigan in May for the services for Mike . . . so she looked at them more seriously in June . . . and ...
... we talked about riding together and tried to figure out a plan for the upcoming day. He sat on my fold-out cot next to me, and I pulled out my map to study the route. Out of my peripheral view, I could see him staring at my face instead of the map. I'm not really one to embarrass a guy for an unwanted advance, but he didn't really read the signs that I wasn't romantically interested. He brushed my hair behind my ear, and as I looked up, he planted a ...