The Frederick Stegmaier Mansion
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... slide occurred, we decide to continue the adventure and break camp and head out. In the meantime, we locate a Cedar Creek sanctioned RV repair dealer within 2 hours of this new location. Jim speaks to their head technician who has committed to diagnosing the problem with the bedroom slide and in all likelihood make the necessary repairs. What could possibly go wrong?
As with any story, a tale left better for the next time....
Casey & Jim ...
... stand properly nor put anything up to elevate my position. Due to this, I was forced to look up at my view screen during the whole show, creating a heck of a neck creak.
Once the show had completed, load out went really smoothly. We (as in the video crew) were done by 1:30am, which is a nice change from previous venues. One more show and I will have a day off in Toronto. I’m looking forward to it.
... 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 ...
... with them.
We spent time on Monday afternoon in Wilkes-Barre nosing around the antique centers, found some nice ones. On Tuesday we went the other direction to Lewisburg. What a quaint and charming older community. Lots of really nice old buildings around, the ones that were built from the local limestone and brick. Really cool! We also found a nice little brewpub near the river called ...
... For the first half an hour it seemed like the instructions were drive one half mile and take ramp to the right. I felt like we were going in circles until we made it to I-280 which later became I-80. I think we have now been at both ends, east and west, of I-80. Getting to Steamtown was a much of a challenge as getting out of Jersey City. The entrance is not obvious and, after I passed it up, it took us three more tries to find the entrance. It was way too easy ...