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... same as Walmart, even had a greeter like Walmart. Was this really a twin of Walmart that Indianans like better that Walmart? Hmmm, a puzzler.
We left and headed east down the toll roads. We found that the app Gas Buddy that Ben suggested has been really helpful. It does not tell you what kind of neighborhood you may be going in to but the price checker saved us $0.20 a gallon on our fill up in Cleveland. We got ...
Leaving Cleveland was a major pain. We faced detour after detour. Mostly it was due to construction, but that was not the case in the local park where we were supposed to pick up a bike path along the shore. We were evacuated by police, who were in the park with fire fighters and medics. They already had it taped off and were yelling at the large crowd ...
Our first date back in Ohio! Our jump was only 17 miles this morning which was luxurious compared to the jump across New York a few days ago. The lot is right on the water and within walking distance of a few diners/cafes.
As soon as we parked, John and I walked down to the marina where we hoped to find a restaurant open for breakfast. Alas, there was no such thing, but we met a nice cat who was hanging out on a large rock, watched some boats go into ...
... here last year, right along a tree line and a small river that flows through the park. We saw hundreds of fireflies and bats during our late night walk then and I was left feeling re-centered and refreshed.
After we parked, we felt like zombies…neither of us have slept well the last few days so we went straight back to bed and emerged still feeling like zombies around 10am. Coffee helped a little bit so we worked on some projects (I’m replacing ...
... all around. Sunshine and water emphasized both those with weathered old wood and the ones now boasting modern treated wood. As with any local attraction, most of the local people we spoke with had never driven to actually see many of the bridges. Our Florida friends, Diane and Clarence, came from Ashtabula. We took the time to drive by their former home, had lunch at the Crow's Nest ...