The center of Ohio was the center of attention for running this past weekend.
About 11,000 people ran or walked 13.1 miles, a half marathon, and about 7,000 people doubled that effort and participated in the full marathon.
How was your football weekend?
If you're a Steelers fan, it was pretty good. If you're Cleveland Browns punter Spencer Lanning, it could have been better.
Buckeye and Wolverine fans would like a mulligan as well.
So why is U.S. 6 called the Grand Army of the Republic Highway?
We had to tell a lot of people they couldn’t come with us on our U.S. 6 East Road Trip from Sandusky Bay to Cape Cod Bay. Arthur didn’t listen.
It certainly was a throwback Thursday for day four of the Bay to Bay road trip. And not the “TBT” of posting embarrassing photos from the days of yore on Facebook.
And on the third day, it rained.
Our day started in Towanda, Pennsylvania after breakfast. A storm rolled in and we decided on a second breakfast as the boys are hungry every 23.5 minutes.
Monday we barely made it to Pennsylvania.
Tuesday we couldn’t get through it.
In a valiant effort the Werling Boys made it through over 250 miles of the state as they “Did 6.” (The slogan for traveling U.S. 6 in Pennsylvania is “Do 6.”)
We made it to Pennsylvania. Barely.
Within view of Sandusky Bay, the first day of this year’s road trip from bay to bay started in Sandusky and ended in Linesville, PA.
I don't know how many people have come up to me and the boys and said "You're still in town? I thought you were on your trip."
We are a little over a week away before we head eastbound and down on U.S. 6.
The boys are getting excited, so excited that my oldest son Will is already asking me about what are we going to do next year. Patience Will, let's just get through this trip first.
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