Let's go back a few days. On June 20th we were back on the road heading toward Peoria. After harrowing turns through a subdivision we parked in a cul-de-sac next to our friends' house. Soon after we arrive a massive thunderstorm rolled in and cut the power to the entire neighborhood. Our motor coach was the only safe haven so we continued our visit in the cul-de-sac. We left the next day to head to Decatur, Indiana where Saira (our coach) was born.
June 21st we pulled into the Allied Recreation Group's parking lot. Since we didn't have an appointment it is first come first serve. Our coach had a 50 amp plug issue,a warranty issue, so we were crossing our fingers we could get in to the service center. At 5:30 am on June 22nd we pulled #2 in line ticket for drop in. Within 2 hours our coach was in the bay getting fixed. Later that same day we were settling in at Mike's parents house near Bryan, Ohio for a few days on our way to my brother's wedding in Toledo. To our surprise my parents were stopping in Bryan, Ohio to visit us. They had been traveling from my sister's in Wisconsin. So we called up my other sister that lived near by and Mike's sister and had family BBQ. Everyone loved our new home. We grew up around Bryan, OH, so it is nice to get back to visit our roots. Since we consider ourselves foodies and we love live music, a lot of people recommended Father John's restaurant. Mike and I were curious about this restaurant that once was church. It did not disappoint. We loved it so much that we took the family there for lunch the next day.
June 26th we left our coach at Mike's parents and took the jeep to Toledo for my brother's wedding. He is a head Chef for the Toledo Club so we knew the food would be amazing all weekend. We didn't hold back. Calorie counting went on vacation! Our daughter drove up from NC and stayed with us at the Grand Plaza which we wouldn't recommend but it is sadly the nicest place to stay in Toledo city center. The rehearsal dinner was held at Register Bistro. This restaurant is in a building that hold art studios. The art work was stunning. The private dinning room was impressive and the food was to die for! Mike and I highly recommend trying this place out.
Mike & Kat
Kat left teaching after 18 years to travel throughout the USA with her husband, Mike, who is an engineer for a Power generation company.