Adventures With Spokhette #8: Sandusky, Ohio

February 6, 2017

Hey Gang!

 You are probably noticing that there was not a youtube video last week. You are correct. My real job came calling and I was unable to complete my video before I began my business trip even though I really wanted to. So, I packed up my camera so I could film in the hotel, but then I realized that the internet in the hotel left much much much to desire. So I filmed a few videos, but was unable to upload them, so you will see them sometime this week, because I am finally home.

 Since my real job, follows a teachers schedule, right before the schedules start up again, we have a ginormous meeting for our photography district and I thought since the hotel is also used for Colassalcon, that it technically fits into what I write about here.
 I spent most of my time working on content for next week, photographing my surrounding and playing Cards Against Humanity with my fellow co-workers, and having a bit of Karaoke at Hot Dog Tim's Tavern. (I'm 90% sure that is NOT the correct name of the bar.) I've played C.A.H. quite a few times over the last couple of years, but have never been very good at it, however this last year, something has definitely changed. I had no less than four cards won for both days playing, which is absolutely bonkers for me, so I was very excited about it. We even played with our boss's Boss, that was a unique experience, I highly don't recommend it.
 Driving up, I took 71 straight and it was a decent drive, but super dark. I had charged my phone all day before I left, but of course it was close to dying before I reached my destination. So I had to pull over in Mansfield, which turned out to be the drive to the prison (lucky me) and pull my charger out from my suitcase in the back seat. I left about 8 and didn't arrive until after Midnight. So when I got my room key, I definitely just crashed. We had three days of meetings, teaching us cool stuff about our jobs for the new season, and then we had a team dinner, a team lunch and an awards banquet.
 The hotel is Africa themed, so there is a ginormous fountain and pond in the front, full of ducks and geese and there are lots of these awesome statues of animals, which I thought was pretty awesome so I photographed them. I felt super glamorous at the awards banquet, and I even won a couple of rewards for my work which made me feel even prettier if that makes any sense. On the drive home, Google decided to take me straight down 75, and I went through Dayton, which I think was my first time, and there were so many things that I wanted to explore, but I also just wanted to get home and rest. I passed three graveyards, that I didn't get to explore, so I was very upset about that, and I stopped to have some sonic, because there isn't one anywhere close to me, and I just had to have some. I tried their boneless wings in the parmesean sauce, a regular tater tot, and their chili cheese tater tots, which is one of my favorite things.

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