Fog, fog, fog. Lake Erie always has fog, I was later told. But today is really foggy as we drive into Cleveland and search for a parking lot on the waterfront that takes RVs and buses. A short walk to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, next to the Cleveland Science Center, in a really nice harbor area.
The Hall of Fame is in an I.M. Pei designed building of cantilevered balconies and ramps, visually stunning. It’s chockful of artifacts like guitars, costumes, lyrics, posters and much more with a nicely designed layout of exhibits and themes. We waited around to catch a 30-minute rockumentary of classic performances by director Jonathan Demme, well worth it!
For rock and roll fans this place is definitely worth visiting. We even found easy RV parking in a lot nearby.
It was hard to narrow down the great images from my favorite rock & roll icons, so here are just a couple of them, punk rock poet Patti Smith and voice of my generation and recent reluctant Nobel laureate, the singer, songwriter and poet Bob Dylan.
Off to Matt’s new farmhouse in Delphos Ohio on the “old” read “original” Lincoln Highway. Three more hours in the rain were rewarded as the sun came out just as we arrived at his house. What a place, full of potential and lots of hard work ahead, but set in a beautiful location in the midst of Ohio farmlands.
Our dinner destination was Cabo, a favorite Mexican restaurant of Matt’s and his friend Livvie. A couple of margaritas and Modelos later we headed back to our home in his driveway for the next few nights. Ahh, the pleasures of RVing – free places to stay with family and friends!