Ron and I were making steady progress despite the steady build-up of traffic on '70. By the time we reached Columbus, the traffic was bottle-necking before the city and coming out of the city; I had to bite my tongue as a cellphone yakking, inattentive driver cut me off leaving the city. The traffic seemed to thin out but it started to build up and then stop outside of Cambridge at '70 and '77. Seventy became a long, hot stretched out parking lot! Of course it was getting late in the day and our patience was being tested! Alas we got rolling again just in time before my right shin became well-done ala header-pipe bbq!
Clearing Cambridge we really did not have much further to roll until West Virginia. Shortly after we entered West Virginia, we stopped and strapped on the brain-bucket! No, worries! Soon we'd be done for the day!