Road Trip: U.S. 250...The Video

Jason Werling
Apr 4, 2012

Remember that trip I made three weeks ago on U.S. 250? During the 500+ mile drive there was a camera mounted on the inside of my windshield and I captured most of the trip.

The video is above and you can skip through different parts. I have also included some of my favorite frames from the camera and those are above as well. The original blog, in cased you missed it, is HERE. Make sure to look at the Cover It Live window for a replay.

To read my recap of the entire trip and see more photos pick up Sunday's Sandusky Register

Comments

frizzlefrap

how fitting you ended up at a mcdonalds .... seen quite a few of them on your trip ...... looks like a nice drive .... did your kids get bored? ...... i always loved lookin out the window, no matter how long we drove ..... unless going through the wilderness at night, of course!

Jason Werling

frizzlefrap,

My thoughts exactly on ending at a McD's. The boys were very good, you will have to see how they kept themselves entertained when you read Sunday's story.

Thanks for the comment.

jimmydecant

Nothing in the online paper yet about the attempted homicide on the corner of Ging and Townsend?  A gang of about 20, 14-16 year olds savagely beat a gentleman so bad he is in ICU with a brain bleed.  This group yelled through out the beating that they were the Gotti Boys.  They were chased off and ran to the Reese and Hancock area before they were lost.  How much longer are we going to take this Sandusky?  How much longer will this go on before we as citizens fight back and make these people pay?

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