Willard, OH to Doylestown,
"There's a lot of bad cole slaw out there." [Beth Wallace]
Today was a pretty easy day, although the last few miles were much hillier than anything we have seen in a couple of weeks, and that means that things are going to get tougher from here on out.
We finished the day at the home of David Blair's sister and brother-in-law in Doylestown. They have graciously let us camp in their yard, use their shower, and generally take over their house. After dinner some people made a trip to a nearby Borders bookstore, while others watched Marvin's Room on videotape.
Craig Short from Monrovia Maryland joined us tonight for the last seven days of the trip.
There doesn't appear to much in Lodi (actually, this is just a badly
placed sign - there are a couple of blocks of actual downtown to Lodi):
Along the road outside Lodi:
In Burbank I met a Jack Russell Terrier named Jackie, which is interesting
because I have a Jack Russell Terrier named Jackie, who is much
cuter in my humble opinion:
Along a small country road:
Chuck Blair models a Cleveland Indians batting helmet (talking to Mark
A well-decorated cemetary near Rittman:
Mark Bazerman plays the piano before dinner:
Dinner at a nearby church:
The Blair family (front: Joanne, Daniel, and Sherry, back: Nancy, Chuck,
Todd, and David Douglas):
[Today's pictures and text uploaded thanks to Nancy (David Blair's sister) and Sherman of Doylestown, OH.]