Baylor Beach Park
Yesterday we drove to a campground just south of Canton. On today's agenda was the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Little did we know but Saturday is the induction of the new players for 2014. There will be several hundred thousand people at the event and it will be held at the adjacent stadium.
Huge semis were everywhere and workers were busy setting up for the big festivities. Each new inductee gets a huge tent for themselves and their guests.
The special show in the theater was about last year's Super Bowl. If that game wasn't bad enough the first time, we were thrilled to be able to watch the Broncos lose all over AGAIN.
Dave wasn't keen on going to the Hoover Vacuum Museum, so we went to the small town of Canal Fulton instead.
We splurged and spent $3.50 each to take a ride on a canal boat. It turned out to be a very pleasant afternoon. The trip lasted about an hour with narration by a costumed guide.
A team was driven on the tow path to pull the boat through the water in the hand dug canal.
Banjo and harmonica music was an unexpected treat.
We made a quick stop at a local snack manufacturer where customers can get bargains on "seconds". The treats taste the same but sometimes the shape is a little different. Can you tell we are in Amish Country?