Other than the significant traffic noise from I-75 to our west and US-25 and a busy freight railroad line to our east, this is quite a pleasant campground. The landscaping is delightful. According to our host, it was designed, built, and planted with trees from a Cincinnati nursery in the late 1960’s first as a family getaway. It opened in 1968 as one of the earliest KOA campgrounds but is now affiliated with Good Sam Club. We’ve decided to use this stay as a stay at home time. We ventured out for a short time this afternoon primarily to get some groceries but most of today has been spent sitting and reading or doing genealogical research and working on a draft for a documentary on Karen’s maternal grandmother’s family.  Two things really make it possible to do this, really lovely weather and the best wifi we have encountered in a campground in quite a long while.




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All Because of an Eclipse

All Because of an Eclipse

It was a fabulous opportunity to not only view the 2024 Solar Eclipse from within the path of totality but also to enjoy a five day weekend with friends from the T@B trailer community at Ohio’s East Harbor State Park on the shore of Lake Erie.