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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 ...
... gulp!) for diesel fuel, with Ontario being the least expensive. On the bright side, we didn't have to search around for the least expensive gas. We were very happy, though, when we arrived at the border town of Calais, Maine and diesel fuel was $3.79 a gallon!
Overall, prices are higher in Canada. Canadian HST (Harmonized Sales Tax) is 13% in Ontario and in the Atlantic provinces.
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... old wooden roller coaster called the Twister. Lots of fun and only cost $2.50! The food is really good and this park has been rated as having the best food of all amusement parks. Also they have hundreds of picnic tables to use for free and lots of people were bringing in their food. Really a nice park and it was full of families having fun.
We also went to the town of Milton and saw the plant of Chef Boyardee. They ...
... as we crossed into Maryland. We finally had a Cracker Barrell experience today at lunch. I had crusty grilled trout with lemon, sweet potatoes, crunchy broccoli and moist flaky buttermilk tea biscuits slathered with lots of butter. Yummy! For supper, Janet and I tried Perkins restaurant in Hazleton, PA. I had Tuscan chicken with sundries tomatoes, feta cheese and ...
... 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 ...