Dayton’s reason for existence is a humongous US air force base. The air force base is home to the USAF museum. Here they have several humongous hangers that house some of the world’s most famous aircraft including the F-117, SR-71, and even a F-22 raptor. It was pretty cool taking pictures with all these exotic planes.
Kunia said that a jumbo jet flew low early in the morning and landed at the air force base, which was rumored to be Air Force One or a decoy. At the USAF museum it definitely looked like they were going to have some sort of important speech, but I didn’t see anything in the news about it.
After Dayton we decided to make a straight shot for the eastern side of Pennsylvania, which would put us a short shot away from our destination of Florham Park in New Jersey. We decided to spend the night in Lancaster, PA in the heart of Amish country. Lancaster’s nothing like I expected. I thought it was going to be super rural, being an Amish town, but it’s developed, indistinguishable from any other town out here.