Traveled some on the back roads of Ohio this last week… I stopped at the National American Bicycle Museum in New Bremen, Ohio. [Our platform calls for a shift to much more bicycling and walking in America.] While stumping in Minster, Ohio, I passed on a campaign card to Luke Williamson. He just graduated from high school and was concerned about inheriting an astronomical national debt. [Our platform calls for someone in D.C.: WITH A CALCULATOR THAT WORKS!] In Osgood, Ohio (pop. 302) I tacked a campaign card to the bulletin board at the town post office. [I only used one tack — it continues to be a low budget campaign.] On Saturday evening, I joined with about 75 people in saying a “Patriotic Rosary” on a farm in Yorkshire, Ohio, at dusk. There are 50 states. There are 50 “Hail Mary” rosary beads. A prayer is offered for each state. Afterward I went to a barn square dance with the ‘Almost First Lady.’ Given how I square dance, there won’t be any of that at the Inaugural Balls! Note: Besides the back road stumping this last week, I painted part of a house, did some stuff for my wife’s magazines, worked on revamping the campaign website, cut the grass, trimmed the hedges… An “average Joe’s” lot.