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The trip from Mill Creek was uneventful. I was concerned about the thunderstorms in the area but I got lucky and didn't get a drop. It was hot and humid in front of the storm. The weather is suppose to be nice here for the next few days. The landscape is relatively flat farmland.
|Typical landscape for this area|
The park is nice and heavily wooded. The sites are asphalt and level with plenty of room between each. This is the kind of park I expected of the
|Campsite # 119|
|Empty campsites down the street|
Corps of Engineers but was disappointed. The park is only about 25% full, but they say it fills up quickly on Friday and then thru the weekend. There is a nice lake with a marina that has several very expensive boats. I assume this is one of the "water playgrounds" for the people of Columbus which is about 30 miles away.
Today I drove about 50 miles to Jackson Center, Ohio to take a tour of the Airstream factory. I was surprised by the number in the tour.
|Some of my tour mates|
California but by 1952 they had a couple factories working including the one I toured today.
|The first one is a !937 Clipper. Has character, uh?|
On the way back to the campground, I found a nice Kroger and bought some steaks and fruit. Good eating tonight. :) It was a good day.
Ya'll take care of each other. Cya down the road.