Nine of us ladies/girls went to Geneva-on-the-Lake. Oh, What a fun time we had.
Every year, (Hubby’s cousin and my sister’s best friend) Kate plans a trip to Geneva-on-the-Lake, Ohio. Last year, I was invited but didn’t go. I got sick and thought I had COVID. Even though I tested negative, I didn’t need to go and spread my germs to everyone. This year, I went.
This year, I have Plantar Fasciitis. If you never heard of it, Plantar Fasciitis is a prime example of a condition that involves chronic pain and is one of the most persistent, painful conditions that many people are faced with. The funny thing is, my sister also has it, and on the same foot as mine. It is so painful when I walk so wish me luck walking around Geneva.
It was a rather chilly few days. The highs were in the low 60s and the lows were in the high 40s. I stopped in at TJ Maxx in Hermitage before we left and bought a poncho that will keep me warm. My body is not used to the cold weather. I told my sister that when I leave Pennsylvania and head to Florida, she can have the poncho. I won’t need it down there. I also do not have room for it in my closet in the 5th wheel.
Some of us pulled into Geneva on the Lake in time for lunch at the Old Firehouse Winery.
Our Airbnb was super nice.
On Friday evening, we had reservations at an awesome restaurant called Martini’s Restaurant & Lounge. I could not resist the Chocolate Martini.
We had a great view of Lake Erie from our Airbnb unit.
We spent Saturday afternoon shopping in Ashtabula.
We ate lunch at a restaurant called Rennick Meat Market, Can you believe that the vegans in our group had many options at this restaurant? We did look at the menu that was posted outside before we went in.
At 6:30 pm, we all hopped on the Wine tour bus we reserved. Each Winery we visited had entertainment. The four wineries we visited were: Laurello Vineyards, Debonne Vinyards, The Winery at Spring Hill, Ferrante Winery & Ristorante.
We ended the night dancing up a storm. Even with my Plantar Fasciitis, I danced and danced and had so much fun. The Band was “The Glass House”. They were ending their night at 10 pm until we all chanted “one more song” over and over. They played for another 15 minutes, which almost made us late for our bus.
An update on the hurricane and Webster, Florida. I really believe in the power of prayer. Look at this map of the hurricane. Our campground had minor damage.
Update on the Wheel: We got all of the parts for the wheel and we were amazed at how low the price was. Hubby’s brother Scott is a mechanic and he will fix everything.
God Bless, Stay Safe, Be Kind to Every Kind.