Buckeye Back Roads Tour cont: A reporter frm the Wapakoneta Daily News noted that I would like to see a cutback in lifestyle in America and a shorter work week. This would free up more time for faith, family and community… In Kettersville, Ohio (pop. small), I stumped at the K-Village Restaurant with a group of area farmers. One of their bumper stickers said: OPEC… Drill This! Ethanol from Ohio corn… We then stopped in New Bremen, Ohio, home of the Great American Bicycle Museum. Instead of all this talk about “drilling,” maybe we should be, oh… bicycling. A friend of mine back in Bluffton has a bicycle sticker that says: Question internal combustion. Has anybody done that (except the Amish of course)? Note: Last week I talked with Loretta Dieringer who helped start the ecumenical Hands of Grace in Fulton County, Ohio. A non-profit, Hands of Grace has an adult day care for people who otherwise would have a hard time getting out. Volunteers also visit shut-ins and do lawn work, house cleaning and the like. They also take people for groceries, to the doctors and so on.