Terra Nova House B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Concierge desk
- Free High-Speed Internet
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In Youngstown Ohio. 690 miles today another 11 hours in saddle. Chicago is just nasty period. I heard a poll before we left on trip that NJ was top state that if it went away no one would mind, I really think it should be Illlinois! The only thing is they have a Sweet Tomatoes!!!! Yeah, that is a salad bar place us WCV'ers go to in Orlando and they rock! Eat your heart out Terry!!!!! LOL Restaurant attached to hotel has best food so far on ...
... throw bullets to first. He's hitting .179, though, and struck out with men on second and third and one out in the 9th. Final score was 4-3 Scrappers. Plus 15 men left on base...hmmm. I wonder how that might have turned out differently?
That was it for today's excitement; tomorrow is the big event of the weekend: we're taking a ride on an excursion train pulled by the NKP765, a fully restored steam engine. Should be fun!
... and grandma. They are buried in the same cemetery, but far enough apart to ensure peace and tranquility for all those buried around them. I also got to see the final resting place of my aunt, Gloria Elaine Teasdale, who died as an infant. After the cemetery, we paid a quick visit to meet Kimmie's stepmother, then headed over to a local brewpub for a few beers before dinner.
Chris and Stephanie met us for dinner at another ...
... Our drive over was only about 205 miles, and involved many scenic routes through the hills of the Allegheny mountains of western New York and northwestern Pennsylvania. We had a 75 mile run on I-86, which we decided was one of the prettiest roads we had driven on the entire trip. Leaving Watkins Glen at 10:30 AM, we expected a leisurely 4 hour drive. Road construction and a few detours, combined with a couple of breaks pushed our arrival ...
... event because of the sound of klaxons and cheering but it turned out to be some kind of huge protest march. We found out on the news later it was a march for awareness for climate change. President Obama is in New York today for a meeting with other world leaders on environmental matters and the march is timed to coincide. It really was like a carnival. There were people dancing and cheering, banging drums and others in fancy dress. Native Indians in ...