Monthly Archives: August 2021

August 23 (Afternoon) – Zoar Village, Zoar, OH

This afternoon, we headed south of Canton to the quaint and historic village of Zoar,   where even the parking lots have rules. A village in what is now Zoar, Ohio was founded by German religious dissenters called the Society … Continue reading

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August 23 (Morning) – NFL Pro Football Hall of Fame

This morning Debbie was enthusiastic about plans to visit the Interestingly, the first [temporary] exhibit is a 1920 Hupmobile Why does a car rate such important positioning in a Hall of Fame dedicated to all things football? “It’s because one … Continue reading

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August 21 – Fairway (Erie), PA to East Sparta (Canton area), OH

To allow Debbie to have her weekly Zoom call with friends from back home, we delayed our departure for the relatively short drive to East Sparta (just south of Canton), Ohio until around 11:00 AM. First stop was at a … Continue reading

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August 21 – Erie Maritime Museum – USS Niagara – Presque Isle State Park

Erie is the one corner of the state we’d never visited, thus it became our first major destination for this trip. Our first stop was the Erie Land Lighthouse. The Erie Land Light, also known as the Old Presque Isle … Continue reading

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August 20 – Wellsboro to Fairway (Erie) PA

We woke to  a dense fog which had descended into the valley where the campground is located.  While it had begun to lift as we got underway, several low-hanging clouds shrouded some of the nearby hills. Although some fellow campers … Continue reading

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August 19, 2021 – Off on Another Adventure

It was fortuitous that we delayed our departure from Wednesday to today and had we left  yesterday, we’d have ended up in the midst of  the remnants of Hurricane Fred and dangerous weather. The first 80% of today’s route were … Continue reading

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