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NJ to MN: Day 4

14 Jul

Since Mom fell asleep before I did, the alarm was just set to go off at 7:40.  As with yesterday morning, mom was up and showered then so was I.  We ate breakfast, finished washing up, and then packed to head out on the road.  Most of the drive today consisted of going through the Allegheny Mountains.  What a drive that was!  I am so glad that I was driving and not riding because I may have not made it.  We did not do a whole lot of things, but more driving than anything.  We did do another driving tour, this time of covered bridges along with a gravity defying experience, and some great views to stop at.  Here are some pictures.

The drive at the beginning of the day.

Claycomb Covered Bridge

Snook’s Covered Bridge

Dr. Kniseley Covered Bridge

Ryot Covered Bridge

Cuppett Covered Bridge

Colvin Covered Bridge

Turner’s Covered Bridge

Herline Covered Bridge

Some other pictures from the day.

Pretty much, other than those things, the day was driving.  Oh yes, how could I forget!?  We defied gravity.  Here is the jist.  We went to the location, put the car in neutral, and we went backwards up the hill.  Here is a video.

Tell me that is strange and weird or what?  It was pretty sweet.  So, moving on…we drove for a distance until we landed where we are at now…Cambridge, Ohio.

Tonight we ate at a place called The Forum.  It was pretty good.  We had this onion thing and bacon pizza.  It was definitely good.  When we got back we spent about twenty minutes in the pool relaxing and such.  That was nice little swim.  Now, once again, we are sitting in the hotel room with me posting this, then some pictures on facebook, and watching TV.  Stay tuned for more!

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3 Comments

Posted by on July 14, 2010 in Photos, Travels, Videos

 

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3 responses to “NJ to MN: Day 4

  1. Tess

    July 15, 2010 at 8:20 am

    Whoa! Freaky gravity! What’s going on there?

     
  2. happynun

    July 15, 2010 at 9:45 am

    This is so, so interesting, and I bet you are having a great time. Documenting it all like this will allow you to go back again and again and re-read your posts and enjoy the trip all over! Have fun, say, “hi” to your mom, and know that we are thinking of you, love you, and are praying for your safe journey! – Sr. c

     
  3. kkollwitz

    July 15, 2010 at 8:20 pm

    This travelogue is very diverting, please keep it up as you are able.

     

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