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... out all the logistics with all the costs associated! I am actually calmer now just having a plan and bookings... At first that scared the heck out of me, but now it is actually making me calm...go figure! It's still hard to wrap my head around being out of the country for almost a month. how do I pack? What will I need, what can I take...what can't I take? And it's only 2 weeks ...
... nice with a Gazebo, benches, stream running by and a pergola (oh and plenty of Mallards, especially since people feed them).
Last stop beer store…then home. Although it was in the70’s we didn’t get any breeze until early evening then we could open the windows for awhile.
THURSDAY May 28 – Decided to go into State College today so we took a back road thru Zion and Pleasant Gap. Drove around Penn State, one side has ...
... to retain the water and to control erosion – very interesting.
After lunch, we drove into Northern Ohio and then continued on to PA. However, we were delayed about 1 hour in PA for road construction – so much for getting an early start. We didn't arrive ...
... typical Urban America! It doesn't seem that Altoona was ever a big draw for African Americans fleeing poverty and segregation in the south.
I head back into town, going up one street and down the other. I will admit that the main cathedral is pretty impressive--and looks even moreso from a distance when you don't realize it's high on a hill.
Then I come down 11th street and... well... OK... It does look like some work has been done on ...
... waves at me, so I figure I should ask permission before taking a picture. He's more than happy to show me his works of art--even taking me to the backyard to see his other masterpieces, with the stream just a few feet away. "Do you have problems with floods?" I ask. "Every year is different." he tells me. "last winter, the stream picked up a big sheet of foot thick ice and pushed it onto the ...