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News and Sentinel vacation planner: 2-hour trips back again this summer

By AMY PHELPS

The Parkersburg News and Sentinel

PARKERSBURG, W.Va.  — Last summer, the Parkersburg News and Sentinel ran a weekly travel series explore a new place for families to visit, all within a 2-hour driving distance from the Mid-Ohio Valley. And this year, the series will be back again looking at all new places. The following is a short look at the places at will be visited:

Wayne County, Ohio: Outside of the better known Holmes County in the Amish Country area, Wayne County features several large stores with familiar names. Lehmans, a family-owned store must be seen to believe as it is made up of four pre-Civil War era buildings that feature gardening products, classic toys, kitchenware, hearth heating, home goods and even a snack bar.

Smucker’s Store and Cafe offers a look at the company’s history and a wide array of products, apparel, gifts and household items as well as a cafe and an ice cream sundae bar. P. Graham Dunn Gift Shop offers factory outlet merchandise, personalized gifts and more.

Read the entire article:  http://www.newsandsentinel.com/news/community-news/2018/04/2-hour-trips-back-again-this-summer/

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