Road Trippin' First Half Wrap-Up
It's hard to believe, but we are already more than half way through our Road Trippin' through Ohio. From the restaurants and hot spots in Sandusky to the Caverns near Indian Lake to the Glass Museum in Toledo, we are touching on all of the hot spots Ohio has to offer.
The majority of our stops are just a few short hours from Columbus or less and are easily accessible and affordable for the majority of us. One of my favorite stops has been the air show in Dayton where we met and saw how the Blue Angel pilots fly and travel throughout the country, not to mention the folks who fly medical helicopters near Dayton.
One of my favorite stops in every city we visit is the restaurants. We have sampled and enjoyed everything from pork chops in Toledo to pancakes and sausage in Lancaster. There's never any shortage of fine foods in each part of the state.
We have many exciting places to visit yet this Summer, including, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Marietta, and Amish Country.
If you live in one of these areas, stop by and see us, as we continue Road Trippin' through the Buckeye State.
The Hocking Hills screams outdoor enthusiast when it comes to the Buckeye State. From beautiful scenic rivers to great restaurants, Logan and Enterprise have it all!
We started off our adventure at the Old Man Cave Chalets, staying at a beautiful cabin quietly nestled in the woods of US 33. Adventurists can also check out zip lines as well as the Ogo Ball! The Ogo ball is one of the coolest attractions. It's a large rubber ball with a chair inside -- you get buckled in and go hurling down a steep hill. A definite thrill.
Next, don't forget to check out the canoeing! There are multiple trips you can take alone or with a group of friends. A lazy quiet day rolling down the river is nothing but relaxation to it's utmost.
The Hocking Hills -- a must-go-to adventure for anyone in Central Ohio!
Sandusky, Ohio may be one of Northern Ohio's best kept secrets. Right on the shores of Lake Erie sits this amazing little city with some of the world's best kept attractions. Cameo's pizza is one of the city's locally owned and most amazing restaurants. We sat down and had a variety of pizzas along with chatting with many of the locals.
We also checked out the Ohio Bike Week at the local Harley Davidson store. More than 800 bikers met up with us on Thursday morning to eat pancakes and sausages before heading out to ride to raise money for pancreatic cancer treatments.
There's also a number of boating opportunities along the shores and some great resorts to check out including the Sawmill, which is where we stayed overnight. The resort boasts hundreds of rooms and a full golf course along with tennis courts and full access to the beaches of Lake Erie.
Downtown buildings are also quite historic and many of them are being restored.