Geneva, OH • Sep 30-Oct 2, 2018
I’ve always wanted to see The Great Lakes. This campsite was bike riding distance to Lake Erie. Thinking back on childhood memories I remember reasoning that my parents had five children, there are five Great Lakes (maiden name is Lakes), and I’m Lake Superior!! Goofy I know, but I wasn’t the only Lakes full of herself, my sister Karen’s mantra was ‘I’m GREAT, you’re not!’.
We checked Trip Advisor to see what else there was to do in the area besides hiking and biking. (I know, lots of water, but I’m NOT kayaking out there!). We came up with the James A. Garfield National Historic Site in Mentor Ohio.
The many bedrooms and the entire house was stunning. It feels good to get a little history under our belts on a president I knew nothing about until this tour. The National Park System really has preserved some fabulous buildings and parks that we take full advantage of!
Since Dave suggested we go visit Garfield’s home it gave me the opportunity to visit my first L.L. Bean store. I was real excited because they are not in our area and I order most of my camping clothes from them (but only when I receive the % off discounts by email!). I was very disappointed. Absolutely nothing was on sale and there is so much more on-line! Also, I was planning on ordering the new Apple Watch series four when I got home. Mine is the series one and the four can do so much more. An apple store is two hours from our house in MS. Lo and behold, Mentor Ohio had one! It was a great day… Garfield’s home, L.L. Bean, and Apple Store and coming back to the camper with a new Apple Watch!
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