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Travel Blogs from Troy
... farms filled with corn fields and small American towns. Some of the towns have American flags on every pole along the street and tidy houses, whereas some places have really run down houses and collapsed barns with vegetation growing through them. We made it as far as Ithica, NY before the thunderstorms caught up with us again. We stopped at a Tim's to let the major rain pass before we tried to ride again. We passed a field of Sunflowers at one point. I guess they were ...
We leave the Econo Lodge in Wilkes Barre around 9am and start making our ride north on route 6 which is the scenic route. It is a beautiful sunny day today and we are both really enjoying the ride.
Our first stop is the Pocono Mountains and the scenery is beautiful. We opt for scenic byways which are always curvy and fun rather than the interstate highways as they can be and straight ...
... m not used to it. The laundry room is a bit of a walk from our motorhome and I needed to make two trips down with the dirty clothes, then back and forth for the dryer, and two trips back with the clean clothes. And of course the laundry room was steamy!
I was pretty hot and sweaty by the end of my work so I decided to get into my swimsuit and hit ...
... museum wasn't nearly as crowded today as it was yesterday.
On the way home we went to Walmart (naturally) to pick up a few groceries and to Home Depot to use their free wifi and also to look at bathroom sinks. A while ago Bob opened the medicine cabinet after a particularly bumpy trip and his after-shave fell out and put a chip in our sink. We decided to worry about it ...
... entry on two consecutive days and the place is huge. There is a glass sculpture in the foyer that looks a lot like the one in the Saltlick Restaurant in Calgary. I am going to look it up but am almost certain it would have been done by the same artist.
There are three levels to the museum. The third level is the "innovation" area which has lots of hands-on type of displays with various types of lenses, fibre optic displays etc. There ...
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