Locust Brook Lodge Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the restaurants! I have seen more sausages on this trip than maybe ever in my life before! Alex and I were enjoying some pasta outside on a beautiful day when my cousinTom Eiszler strolled up- he only works 3 blocks away and offered to spend the afternoon with us! He gave us an amazing walking tour of the Market district and the Cultural district as well as downtown, the Andy Warhol bridge, and the stadium where the Penguins play. Whew! A lot ...
... it has frozen over! We also passed We realized after we were clear across the state that we didn't go to see the college that Verne went to, University of Miami, Ohio. Sorry Mom!!! Crossing the Ohio River into West Virgina is pretty. The towns along the rivers edge are all very old and the river itself has several bridges across it. So different then what we have at home.
We did go through West Virginia, I promise! We ...
... famous for their ability to make you feel extra special - even down to the "Welcome Bob and Jean, we love you" sign on their front door.
We have been fighting a fierce headwind since we left Michigan. That translates to 6 - 6.5 mpg. I was beginning to think we could make it to Idaho but would have to take out a loan to pay for the return trip. By May 9th we were sitting in an Olive Garden in Rapid City, SD having lunch with ...
... to be a policeman, be a policeman. We had some really upset visitors and Jean's young supervisor/ranger'traffic cop couldn't understand what the emergency was. Opening day was May 15th. Resignation day - also May 15th. Eviction day May 18th. We are probably the only camp hosts in history to go from being nominated camp hosts of the year to be given 24 hours to vacate the property.
Alaska here we come! The drive north through Canada ...
As per mum's suggestion, we head off to Pittsburgh first thing in the morning to do the Duquesne Incline and were surprised by the volume of traffic but no traffic jam! We took the Duquesne Incline and were wow'ed by the view. You could see the meeting of the Allegheny River and the Monongahela River whose joining forms the Ohio River. I hadn't realised how many bridges there were. Did you know that there are 10 in the downtown area ...