Road Trip

Took a road trip yesterday. I was going up to Columbus to be with some friends of mine as they got sealed. The sealing was at 11 a.m., so I decided to get up early and take a road trip to visit some new counties as well as test out some portions of my EFC route. I will post more detailed information about the journey later (probably tomorrow – I can hear you ALL dying of anticipation :-) ), but the good news is that I am fairly convinced that 88 counties is possible in 24 hours. It may not actually even be that close.

I visited 7 new counties yesterday – Darke, Clark, Champaign, Logan, Union, Hardin and Mercer bringing my total to 65 in Ohio and 430 overall. Here’s a map.

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Comments (1) left to “Road Trip”

  1. Carolyn wrote:

    That county map is da bomb.
    I love you baby, even if you are a little county crazy.

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