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Aug 19, 2011 - Punderson

We arrived on Tuesday afternoon at Punderson State Park for a three-night stay. I goofed on the reservation so we had no water, no sewer, and only 20-amp electricity at our site instead of a 50-amp full hookup that we might have had. The Davises came over for dinner at the Punderson Manor Inn that evening. We were back at the Inn for lunch the next day with North East classmate Carol West Smith. Carol came back to the See Ya with us for an afternoon of conversation. On Wednesday evening we headed back to the home of Mandy and Mark Scott for...

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Oct 1, 2010 - Punderson State Park

Punderson State Park is a neat place. An almost empty Punderson is really great. We are completing our four-day stay here having visited with a high school friend and the Davises and enjoying the beginnings of fall coloring. Monday evening we had a chance to visit Mandy and Mark Scott (My niece and her husband) at their home in Mentor-on-the-Lake. They have a neat house in a great location. I last saw Carol West in 1965. She joined us at the park for lunch in the Inn and then came back to the See Ya for some good conversation. As always, it...

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Aug 3, 2007 - Day 40, Burton, OH - Rest Day!

Rest day comes to a close and find myself staying in the Red Maple Inn in Burton, Ohio. My riding buddy had an extra bed for the last night in Burton and offered me an opportunity I could not pass up! Spent the day resting and preparing the bike for the next 5 days of riding. We will be in Gettysburg at the end of this next group of ride days. I think everyone is getting to the point where we have been riding long enough and all are looking towards the end of the Big Ride. One more week and this year's Big Ride will be history! Tomorrow...

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Aug 2, 2007 - Day 39, Burton, OH

The trains - why is that where ever we camp for the night we have to have a mainline railroad track close by? Last night it seemed like every train from the East Coast had to travel through Sandusky and past our campgrounds. Now I love trains but I've had my share of train whistles! They seem to blow them for any reason and constantly all night long. Little sleep was gotten by all. We left camp early (I've also had all the camping I've ever wanted - only way I camp once this experience is over is in my Discovery - No More Tents for this...

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