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... saw a huge cloud similar to a mushroom cloud, with lightening and the sun setting behind it. looked impressive. got back to camp, and discovered the storm flooded camp again, and it had stopped by the time we got back.
4th july: independence day! - 6:00am wake up after a night spent in my swim shorts, then try to wrestle everyone into the lake (brits are thrown into the lake) then a normal day until after dinner - a skit from every country that both campers ...
Got into the Scranton area mid-day on Monday. Took us awhile to find our campground as it was about 15 miles out of town to the northeast. But it was worth looking for - a nice little spot nestled along the shores of Lake Henry. Most of the campground is filled up with seasonal campers, i.e. those that leave their campers there all summer. The owners were really friendly, wish we'd had more time to sit ...
... the next), and I couldn't see the edge of the bridge the first time we went on it. It looked like, well, air. I guess the Lackawanna River was only down twenty feet or so, but what I saw was, air. They changed to the different tracks from left to right on the bridge, so the next two times weren't so bad. I basically sat in the air conditioned main building while Greg strolled around and looked at train displays outside. Greg took the pictures. He has a few of them ...
... cramped because people deciden to buy trolly loads from walmart, some even bought draws. some spent $200 - i spent only $20.
friday we had more meetings and cutting wood on the big buzz saw - felt so powerful. then two of our campers came - one rich kid from LA, and one from florida.
and today was more pancakes for breakfast, then had fun with yet more wood. i love a good bit of wood, especially long strait 6" pieces and cutting them and plaining ...
... museum, whoo-hoo! I have to say that this is a very nicely done museum. Almost as impressive as the restored collection of equipment is the stuff sitting out in the rail yard waiting to be restored. Sadly most of this equipment may never be restored. We spent over four hours walking around, exploring the many educational displays and the collection of railroad equipment. Steamtown presents their collection much ...
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