Yesterday was a long day on the road, nearly 10 hours door-to-door, plus it took a unique combination of horses and horsepower to get to Cleveland…carriage, ferry boat, and car. We did stop at Cracker Barrel for a late lunch along with several other pit-stops for gas fill-ups, toll booths, and traffic delays. Gladly, we have yet to see an accident, although there have been a couple of close calls. It feels good to have two nights in the same hotel with no need for a car today. We’ll get some walking in before the day is over. 

I still felt pressed for time this morning with tickets for the Rock n’ Roll Hall of Fame at 10am. I just couldn’t get moving and once again shortened my run to just over a mile, the minimum requirement to maintain “The Streak” – now at 4,971 consecutive days. We’re right on the waterfront in downtown Cleveland so the Hall of Fame (HOF) is directly across the street. I can see it from our 20th floor view at the Westin. Our next HOF stop is just down the road in Canton. 

It took us 4-hours, including lunch, to make our way through the numerous displays at Rock’s HOF. The music videos of previous induction ceremonies are really the highlight of the museum. Costumes, posters, back stage passes, guitars, drum sets, and photos bring back many musical memories. I was ready for a nap when we got back to the hotel room after this overload of information. Instead, I took a few minutes to upload this blog. We’ll continue to rest up after nearly two weeks on the road and try to find a good spot for dinner nearby as the Summer Tour continues….