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... than a magnetic strip; we hope the US credit card companies soon adopt this safer system.
Canadians love to mow their lawns; even those with more than an acre of land use their riding mowers to keep the grass looking beautiful. It rains enough here that sprinklers aren't necessary to keep the lawns looking green and lush. We found almost all communities to be neat, clean and organized, showing pride of home ownership.
We had a very nice day driving to Milton, Pa.. The drive from Niagara Falls to Milton, Pa was full of mountains and some beautiful views. I am very glad I have a real truck, it is a diesel!! as some of the grades were steep. Our drive did take us thru Williamsport, home of the Little League World Series. There was no game going on this day but the area was still busy with people visiting the museum.
We drove around the area ...
... on the side. It was very tasty.
On the way back from the restaurant, I stopped to gas up my bike. Then I decided I should check and fill my tires before returning to the motel. It feels good to get to the room prepared to ride first thing in the morning.
The final treat for the day is to finally have wifi connection tonight for the first time in 3 ...
A great first night's sleep in the camper! It rained all night; in the earlier evening everyone was relegated to the camper because of rain, too. Jacob and Ben watched a bad movie; Ruby talked with Abe, me and Kris until bedtime. It was a relaxing evening. Unfortunately, our morning, while starting great with ...
... be a criteria for decision making in the future, too! The memorial was very minimalistic and beautiful in a stark sort of way. I'm glad we stopped. Excitement occurred once we actually got to Ohiopyle (lots of two lane, curvy, narrow roads finally leading to the park). Parking the camper on this first run was very, very difficult. At first pulling in, Abe got too close to the electrical hook up and I was standing in the rain directing (not ...