This sign says it all. This town found a way around the energy problem. Our plan is to check out the Finger Lakes, and Seneca Falls, where the first women's convention was held, and also was a stop on the Underground Railroad.
Rosie got a chance to run around Ottaway Park across the street from the KOA and directly on Lake Erie.
This is Barcelona Harbor on Lake Erie.
There is a marina and a restaurant at the Harbor.
We stayed at Pier-Lon Campground near Medina, Ohio for four days. We visited mom and dad a several times and had dinner at Diann's Sunday night. It has been a long time since we were all together in one place.
Captain Bob's Magic "Where-in-the-world-are-we-going?" Ride stopped today at Winton Woods Campground in Cincinnati, Ohio. If the captain would listen more closely to the navigator, we wouldn't end up taking an extra hour to arrive at our destination. However, we would then miss the lovely tour of the next neighborhood to be torn down. The Captain has a homing device implanted in his brain for such neighborhoods!
Winton Woods is a county park in the North-East section of town. The campground is new, quiet, and on a lake with all amenities. It's actually very pretty, and peaceful.
This is the view from our campsite. If you squint, you can see the lake past the road!
On our way here from Florida we stayed at River Park Campground near Valdosta, GA and North Chattanooga KOA near Cleveland, TN.
For those who track our progress, please notice that the "Spot" still reads Blue Moon. I haven't yet figured out how to change it to Mixed Nuts. Film at 11.
This is our new-to-us motorhome. It is a 2003, and is absolutely amazing. The engine is a Cummins 450 hp, and it is 40 feet long. The RV and our car towed behind must be 10,000 feet long!
There are switches everywhere, and we're learning what they do. (Sometimes the hard way--- need bifocals on the top of the eyeglasses!) All of the wood is solid cherry, and the quality is top-notch. We love it!
Our Former Motorhome
2006 Itasca Meridian 36G
About our former motorhome.
Mixed Nuts is a 36' Itasca Meridian. She is powered by a 350 hp Cat C7 connected to an Allison 6 speed transmission. Our towed is a 2008 Honda CRV. We figure we're mixed nuts in a can!!