Posted by: caryandjohn | July 1, 2014

SR800 and SR26 to Marietta

We had a nice stay in Sugarcreek at the Carlisle Inn.. It was a compound of sorts with Amish specialty food outlets, no beer (I think we upset the waitress when asked if they had it) and green rolling hills… Although very comfortable and a balcony on each room… We passed a lot of horse and buggies and found most folks to give us a wave from their porches her we were pulled off the side of the road taking in the sites…
Dad out on our balcony this AM…

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Stopping for coffee at “the restaurant” in Cadiz – birthplace of Clark Gable

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Statue of John A Bingham

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Covered bridges along SR26 – we saw 5! They’re such a cool piece of history

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A stop in “Speidel” with one “l” similar to our family name…

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In Marietta tonight… Nice roads today- Super beautiful green rolling hills – especially SR26- worth checking out… Plus it seems thou Ohioians are on the lookout for motorcycles … The drivers are pretty courteous and friendly!

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  1. That doesn’t look like much of a scooter to me! Beautiful pics. Keep em coming and safe travels!

  2. It looks more like a motorcycle than a scooter!

  3. Hi Maxine- thanks for following along! Dad’s scooter is huge – it weighs more than the GS … He’s doing great on it! It ones like 80mph so no problem getting down the road… See u soon!


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