Bear Creek Crossing Bed & Breakfast
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... here in Mill Run. The Laurel Highlands were magnificent. We drove about 30 miles to our bed and breakfast on back roads of rolling hills and screaming fall colors. Very different than the sharp, high altitudes of the Blue Ridge. Equally beautiful. Had a fantastic time at a local pub where sportsman (hikers, kayakers, etc) stop after a day in the woods. Good beer, good food, ...
... which was fantastic. We saw the Apollo 11 landing module, touched some moon rock and saw the actual Wright Brothers plane! There were many other highlights which were too many to mention. Considering it was free to enter we couldn't have asked for more. We also popped in briefly to the natural history museum, and looked at the Hope Diamond, the largest in the world. After this we had a healthy lunch of houmous, pretzel pieces and pizza flavoured ...
... we changed our plans and went east towards Somerset. We were on Highway 21 but later we turned onto smaller roads which were still called highways. Highway 653 did not even have a middle line!
Found a couple of covered bridges both no longer open to vehicular traffic. Continued into Somerset to find lodgings. Hotels and eating places have their signs on very tall poles which makes it easy to locate them. Our seemingly preferred ...
... so beautiful. It was very different from what I had pictured but it exceeded my expectations. It was also exciting to be there since famous people like Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera, and rumoured Albert Einstein had stayed there before as well. There are also many original paintings and drawings by Diego Rivera and Pablo Picasso throughout the house. Another great place if you appreciate ...
... village or fort. There’s an excellent indoor display and one of the outside buildings houses the actual first hole that was drilled (69.5’) where they struck oil. The building is an exact replica and the equipment inside is all operational, including a pipe that still brings up oil. The hole has been dry for years but they keep recycling some oil as a demonstration. It didn’t start raining until I was ready to leave.