The Inn at New Berlin
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We have ended our "sightseeing" trip and are now just traveling by interstate to get home. We thought we would comment on the differences we experienced between the US and Canada - the good, the bad and the ugly...... eh?
Canada uses the metric system, measuring distances in kilometers and fuel in liters. To get an approximate conversion to miles, we divided the number of kilometers by 2, then added 10%. Fuel is measured in ...
... plant in 1938 and started producing Beefaroni and other Boyardee products. It is still in operation today. We also enjoyed eating at the Fence Drive-In restaurant twice, very good fish sandwiches and fried chicken!!
Tomorrow we move about 70 miles down the road to the capital of Pennyslvania, Harrisburg. We will be staying thru Labor Day. We hope to to visit Gettysburg, Hershey and Lancaster.
... Kris brought from Pittsburgh, went downhill as the truck had a dead battery. Kris jumped us, we drove to get gas, and then it was dead again. I'm currently writing from a NAPA store about 20 miles from the state park watching Abe and the NAPA guy put in a new battery. For some reason, it doesn't seem ...
... many of the stories I've heard from others who have had similar cross-country trips in their childhoods. By the numbers: two iPads, one iPhone, one Nintendo DS, two iPods, two nooks, one Nexus, one Garmin GPS, one camera, one MP3 player. Unbelievable. We also, as a nod to old-school planning, have a giant notebook organized with dividers for each stop, the reservation for our campground, a one page map of the drive from the earlier space, and ...
... 4 pr. socks 1 pr. hiking socks 2 long sleeved shirts 2 pr. long pants 1 fleece 1 sweatshirt 2 pj's (one cold weather, one warm weather) Because we'll be able to do laundry along the way, we can make this work. Here are a few more "trip by the numbers" facts: We have 20 pair of shoes on board: each person has a pr. of Keens, tennis shoes, hiking boots and flipflops. (I have snuck in one more pair ...