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... larger than Pitt but has ¼ the students! Good academics, good culture but was way too rural and remote for Zachary. It's off his list but he was glad that he visited. Afterwards we headed to Allentown and had dinner with Poppop, Scott and Kathi Jo at the new Paddock which has been completely redone into a sports bar with TV screens everywhere and a totally new menu - absent the Paddock pizza. It's now named Hops at the ...
... we divided by 3.8 to figure the number of gallons consumed and multiplied by the same number to get the cost per gallon. Once we got it figured out, it was easy.
We didn't have to look for the least expensive gas, as it is often regulated by the province, so the prices are, for the most part, the same all over. Select provinces can regulate prices and Quebec and the Atlantic provinces do so. We paid anywhere from $5 gal to $5.26 ...
... plant in 1938 and started producing Beefaroni and other Boyardee products. It is still in operation today. We also enjoyed eating at the Fence Drive-In restaurant twice, very good fish sandwiches and fried chicken!!
Tomorrow we move about 70 miles down the road to the capital of Pennyslvania, Harrisburg. We will be staying thru Labor Day. We hope to to visit Gettysburg, Hershey and Lancaster.
... we rode 845 kms from Bristol, Virginia through West Virginia, Maryland and finally Pennsylvania straight up Interstate 81. It was overcast all day and we did encounter some drizzling rain but only for about an hour.
The mountains of Virginia and the rolling hills and fields of West Virginia were spectacular. We had an amazing view of the river ...
... Kris brought from Pittsburgh, went downhill as the truck had a dead battery. Kris jumped us, we drove to get gas, and then it was dead again. I'm currently writing from a NAPA store about 20 miles from the state park watching Abe and the NAPA guy put in a new battery. For some reason, it doesn't seem ...