For as long as I've been following the Roger Blough, I have been meaning to head to one of the ports that she calls on. She normally splits her time between Gary, Indiana and Conneaut, Ohio. Since there really aren't too many places where I could catch her entering Gary, it would have to be Conneaut, Ohio that I would visit. Since I was already basically there, it worked out for me.
Conneaut was formally settled in 1799 on an old Native American trail. There used to be a Missasaugua village that was located near there that was founded in 1747. Originally Conneaut was named Salem and the surrounding areas were named Lakeville. These areas were combined to the area of the current city. Sometime the outlying parts of the city are called Lakeville or Amboy by the locals.
Conneaut is located at the northeastern corner of Ohio and almost borders Pennsylvania. It is in Ashtabula County.
I will have to make a trip back here at some point. Maybe I can figure out a way to get different shots.