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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 ...
... us at first but as soon as we started talking to him, he got all excited and squirmy. He flipped over on his back to let John give him a belly rub. So cute!
Had some decent shows today though one man who was somehow misinformed about the cost of face painting made one of the intermissions not so fun (he claimed he was told it was free and we explained it’s never been free). But beyond that, it was another beautiful weather day so that trumps a grumpy guy. ...
... to look at and photograph inside as well as outside. Most have had work done to refurbish, restrengthen or even redirect roads around them. It was a bit disconcerting to see the modern road signs plastered to the fronts of the bridges but I suppose it is needed for clearance and weight restrictions. When the sun finally emerged, the bridges were bathed in golden rays and the trees ...
We were off to a soggy start as we drove in heavy rain, lightening, and wind. Dan decided since we were in no hurry, and only going as far as Ashtabula area today, we would take the scenic drive through downtown Cleveland and through East Cleveland. Nothing made me want to grab my camera! Chilling tonight and meeting up with friends we met in Florida that have a B & B nearby. We ...
I thought that it would be fun to learn about the area before we go exploring. The name, Presque Isle literally means, "almost an island" in French. The island is actually a peninsula rather than island, but for briefs periods of time it was cut off from the mainland. I couldn't find any info as to how this occurred, but I'm thinking that it was most likely through natural changes, wind, rain and erosion etc. ...