Keystone State Tour Part 2… We traveled east on Rte. 80, stopping in Grove City, Pennsylvania. On Monday morning, we did laundry at a local laundromat, put up a flier on the bulletin board there and passed out campaign cards to some of the patrons. After hearing I was running for president, David Redfoot smiled and said he was “…thinking about doing the same thing.” He said his strategy would be to start a Face book page, say he was running for president and “…see what happens.” Maybe I should have thought of that. This campaign traveling (100,000 miles, and counting) is getting, oh, a little long. …I passed out more campaign cards at Burger King as our kids played in the Play-land there. One woman said: “It’s cool someone is doing this.” I think so too… In downtown Grove City, there was a barber shop (old-fashion revolving barber pole, the whole thing) with a Pittsburgh Steelers “terrible towel” in the window. Undaunted, I boldly walked in, announced I was a Cleveland Browns fan (“We don’t pander to anyone.”) and passed out some campaign cards… Note: Once during a talk in Cleveland, I said when I get to D.C. one of the first things I’ll do is lobby to get the Capitol Dome painted orange and brown (Brown’s colors) and have a big face mask put around it. Ok, so I do ‘pander’ occasionally. Note 2: Saw a big yellow sign on Rte. 80 that read: BUCKLE UP NEXT ONE MILLION MILES.