May 13, 2007
Sometime I plan to drive US-36 from end to end mostly because one of those ends is in Ohio. I've actually driven most, if not all, of Ohio's portion of Thirty-Six but not in any organized fashion. Since I was already very near that Ohio end, I decided to start the day there and bluff it.
May 12, 2007
May 11, 2007
But Ohio is bigger than it looks on paper and Sweany's home base is more or less in the corner opposite mine. I kept checking the schedule but, even though he seemed to be playing constantly and even getting out of state now and then, he wasn't getting to my corner of the state. He's still not. But, on the eleventh, he's in Dover and that's about as close as it's going to get for awhile. Well, it is closer than popular Sweany haunts Akron and Cleveland. In fact, it's close enough that an after work drive should get me there in time for the first set and that's not the only thing the town has going for it. That byway I mentioned has one end within a half mile or so of the stage the Patrick Sweany Band are occupying on Friday. So I'll dash to Dover Friday evening and let PSB prep me for a weekend drive on a National Scenic Byway that will put me back in Dover. Dover? Dover! Naturally.