This past weekend we all went to the Island........ Put-in-Bay that is. Put-in-Bay Ohio is an island in Northern Ohio on Lake Erie. It is an island full of party animals. The island has many Bars and lots entertainment. We find the best entertainment happens around late afternoon after a lunch time full of drinking has occurred. You can stand out on the side walks and be amused the rest of the day with
the drunk and very happy visitors to Put-in-Bay.
We all went up to celebrate Cally's 21st Birthday. We had a really good time. We checked into our hotel at noon on Saturday. Then the best part is the shuttle that took us to the Jet Express. This way once we parked our car we did not have to worry about driving. The same shuttle picked us up Saturday night when the Jet Express brought us back from the island. The only bad thing was it did rain a little on and off while we were there.
If you want there are golf carts for rent so you can get around the island. We did this several years ago but this time we figured if we were all going to go have a good time we did not want to have to worry about who was going to drive the golf cart. Most everything is downtown anyways within walking distance.
In the picture above on the bottom left hand side, this is an old ship that was put up on the shore and someone uses it as their house now. We saw it from the Jet Express as we were going up the coast line. It looked a little out of place, like a ship ran ashore. If you are ever near northern Ohio you ought to take a trip to the Islands. It is a lot of fun.
Now onto the Cinnamon Roll Waffles
Lazy Cinnamon Roll Waffles
makes 2 waffles
1 can refrigerated cinnamon rolls (8 roll can)
Heat waffle iron, spray with cooking spray. Open waffles and set icing pouch aside.
Place 4 cinnamon rolls, one on each section of the waffle iron, close lid and bake for 3 to 4 minutes until cinnamon roll is golden brown.
Remove the cinnamon roll waffle from the waffle iron and spread on top half of the icing pouch.
Repeat with remaining 4 rolls and spreading the remaining icing on top when baked.