Drove down to Columbus and stayed a night at the Cross Creek Camping Resort. Since we were there last, they instituted a "no pet fence" policy which sucked, especially for Tangy. We were going to go the ignorance route and put it up any way, but with just a one night, we figured we'd fight that battle on another stay.
We went to the Winking Lizard Westerville to meet with our friends Craig and Sandy, Dave and Jean and were surprised by Connie's cousin Lisa and her friend Wendy. Had a great time, even though the Indians (a theme) lost AND I forgot to take a picture of our table. Great catching up, they've been such good friends.
Tuesday, we headed to the hub of the universe, Wilmington, OH. Stayed in our normal spot at Caesar Creek (saw a lot of deer!), went in to visit Connie's Dad Oz and his wife Betty. Surprised them with a visit from Bethany and Kingsley. Went out for pizza at Generations Pizza before retiring back to the rig and K's first overnight "camping" experience. All went great except it rained hard around 3a and the vent window didn't automatically close when we went to bed.
Wednesday, we got moving slowly, but ended up at Frisch's for brunch with Oz and Betty, then back to the rig before Bethany and Kingsley had to take off for home. A great time.
We headed out late Wednesday afternoon to check out an RV park for our Ohio Heartland Rally next August. Looked like it's going to be a winner, and I hope to finish up details with the managers today.
Finally, it was off to the Little River Cafe in Oregonia. It's owned by a Barb and Todd Holmes. Barb and I were in homerooms together since Junior High, and Todd and I lived in each other's back yards. Was a nice place with a live band, fireplace (which we needed!), and good food/drinks. Met with Rich and Kim, Randy and Shelley, and even Barb made time to come out and see us. Again, great catching up and experiencing their place. Got home to watch the Indians lose. 😩
Today, we leave Ohio for the last time in 2017 and will make our way to Elizabethtown for an overnight, a couple of nights in Nashville before three nights along the mighty Mississippi.