Buckeye Back Roads Tour: From Mansfield, we traveled south to Jelloway, Ohio. (Not in anyway a reflection on the campaign of course, Jello.) We stayed at the Hedge farm here where Liz and I stacked wood Saturday morning. Amidst strain and perspiration, Liz quoted author Gene Logsdon: “Wood warms you twice, once when you’re collecting it and again when you’re burning it.” That evening, we were involved with the equivalent of a small town hall meeting at Eli Hostetler’s home up the road here. We talked politics in relation to the Christian message. Everyone here, for instance, was pro-life and I added what I believe is another dimension to the pro-life message. That is, if say in God’s mind he wants a family to have six children, but because of lifestyle choices and artificial contraception, the couple chooses to have only three children — are the three children you don’t have: abortions?