Bear Creek Crossing Bed & Breakfast
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I left the rally a day early. A fierce storm blew through the area in the early hours of the morning and although it was a brilliant, gorgeous day when I got up, it was really windy and the forecast was not good. I packed up, said my farewells and drove to Titusville, which had been suggested as an interesting place to visit.
Just a few miles out of town is the Drake Well Museum where the petroleum industry got its start. That was fascinating - not your ...
... side! After a breakfast that included duck and venison we headed off for the day. We drove for just over an hour across a high plateau, before descending into the Ohiopyle State Park and Fallingwater. I didn't go there with any preconceptions but it was a very interesting tour and an amazing place. Ironically, rain started to fall as we finished and we drove to another nearby house he designed called Kentuck Knob. He did so sight unseen, on a smaller budget and late in his life ...
Today we finished climbing at our 9 mph pace for 20 miles we finally got to the top and saw the continental divide. We then went through a mile long tunnel, and saw a wonderful view were we ate lunch. Then it was downhill for 22 miles, and we were going 14mph! Next we got to Cumberland and we ...
Rain! It rained most of the day today we gave up and decided to bike through it. We had 19 miles to our campground in Rockwood when it started down pouring, the trail sunk and we went from going 11 miles to a high of 9 miles an hour. We finally got to the campground and everything was wet we decided to go to town to check out the hostal and get pizza. The hostal was empty so we are staying here tonight. Check out the photos for pictures from here and some animals we saw! 53 ...
... I do, but I know that I won't make it through the rest of the day if I don't get more sleep.
The Shriners were giving away kids bikes at intermission of each of the shows and handed out raffle tickets to everyone with children. They had pink bikes for the girls and red bikes for the boys (which is a bit of a pet peeve of mine because I'm all for gender neutral everything, but I digress...though a number of girls in my ticket line said they'd rather have a red bike ...