Barryville Base and Kittatinny Campgrounds
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... Of Long Island and was made commander of the Western Department Of Pennsylvannia, overseeing six different forts; Pitt( Now Pittsburg), Mackintosh, Laurens,Tuscarora, Henry and Armstrong. He was one of the founders of the Sons Of Cincianniti. he signed the first treaty bewteen the United States and The American Indians, Called the Treaty Of Fort Pitt.
My husband is amazing on these crazy and confusing highways! He remains calm ...
... is a large and
vibrant growing church which seems to do a lot of community outreach,
the music was our style and it was a beautiful baptism service. Very
Then to a Laundromat, the first one we
have used. It's always been at a camping ground or at someone's house
if we are staying with people. It was a small one and the ladies
running it were super friendly, greeting the regulars by ...
... all the faucets, shower, and yes - even the first time John used the toilet. First time we made ice cubes in the freezer, first time we dumped the gray and black water tanks. But most importantly, it was the first night we slept in our bed, now we can truly call this rig our "home". Although we quickly realized we need better blinds! Back to Wal-Mart for the millionth time this ...
... University and failed miserably! And landed to the sight of a lot of fog, the perfect New York City night haha. Anyway! Everyone is so nice here! Met some amazing people! Just eaten our first dinner with everyone who will be working here. Campers arrive next week!!! Bring on staff week! Ready for some icebreakers! ...
... small state so shortly we re-entered Pennsylvania.
As we travel through this eastern edge of Pennsylvania, we noticed that spring had not arrived yet to this part of America. We could see buds on the trees but they had not yet opened and the landscape was that of winter even though the temperature was 72-degrees.
Our travels through Pennsylvania took us along the western edge of the Pocono Mountains. Pocono is a Munsee Indian word which means "creek ...