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Just wanted to Thank everyone for all your suggestions. We are one day 5 of our 3 month trip. Cave City, KY Mammoth Cave tours tomorrow. Loved the drive today so green, lots of trees ?? Next stop Wright Patterson AFB, so hubby can get his airplane fill at the museum.

If you have an interest in golf Jack Nicklaus museum in at Ohio State.

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is a bucket list destination. NFL Hall of Fame is in Canton. Then over to Erie is the bow of the War of 1812 ship Niagra.





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Ohio has wineries on the Lake Erie Ilsnad that would be a day trip. Take the ferry, not your car, costs too much. Rent a golf cart. Also, Kelly's Island has glacial groves from the ice age.


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Thanks bigred1cav my husband is already suggesting I just drop him off there. He loves roller coasters faster higher the better. He forgets he’s not a teen anymore. I can’t handle them. We are discovering that the US has more wineries and breweries then we ever knew. And we are originally from CA. Thanks again.


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If you can get in here it is a great park. It is also close to all the Lake Erie stuff in Ohio. Cedar Point has a campground my daughter went to it I never have, she says it was OK

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Tell your hubby: 123 rolling down the strip special forces gonna take another trip stand up hook up walk to the door step right out and count to four.

If you get to Columbus give me a shout, I'll buy the Col a coffee.

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Northeast Trip: I thought I would do a follow up on our trip. We had a wonderful trip. We took in a lot of the sights and places that everyone mentioned and a few extra. We met a lot of very nice people, even though I was told the East coast people aren't as friendly as Midwest. We did have our dog papers and they did check them at some campgrounds and Canada. We did not do the EZ pass just paid as we went. We covered 18 states and Canada. Our truck had no problems with the mountains. We had great weather. Thanks again. We are ready to go back and see more! Alaska next year!


I wanna go where I haven't been, but still wanna see what I've seen again!


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Debbie wrote:

Northeast Trip: I thought I would do a follow up on our trip. We had a wonderful trip. We took in a lot of the sights and places that everyone mentioned and a few extra. We met a lot of very nice people, even though I was told the East coast people aren't as friendly as Midwest. We did have our dog papers and they did check them at some campgrounds and Canada. We did not do the EZ pass just paid as we went. We covered 18 states and Canada. Our truck had no problems with the mountains. We had great weather. Thanks again. We are ready to go back and see more! Alaska next year!


Glad you enjoyed yourself and had a safe trip! [emoticon]

Yeah I hear the same thing about us east coast folks not being as friendly, I can't really make comparisons about the west coast folks this point in our lives but most of the campers/Rvers we have come across have been easygoing & friendly!

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Where we have camped


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