Roscoe Hillside Cabins
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- Hot tub
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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... down the cherry tree, his prowess as the General who lead us into freedom from Great Britain, that he was our first president, had wooden teeth and owned slaves, but there is so much more to the man than just the legend. I think I'll study up on our First President, his childhood and as a young man. Should prove enlightening.
As for Fort Ligonier...It's time of service was short, only seven and a half years, and the Fort was decommissioned in March of ...
... as long as we will have that chair on our porch at home.
Now we are carrying a rocking chair and table in our minivan for the remaining 3,000 miles - great!
On our way out of Holmes county we take a quick stop at the Gospel Hill Lighthouse, which is the only inland lighthouse in the US, 76 steps, plus a cross at ...
... Basketball: farmers riding on a tractor passing by a basketball net and trying to hit the basket while driving standing. How fun is that!
The main attraction is a "Horse Pull competition", where multiple teams of 2-3 farmers and their pair of Haflinger horses try pulling a huge weight across the lawn, as if they were pulling heavy farming equipment ...
... the roads continued to get smaller and more difficult to drive on. It felt like we were driving on a roller coaster. You never knew if there was going to be another car - or another horse and buggy - at the crest of each hill! There really wasn't any direct routes to the campground we were staying at and we figured going these back roads would afford us country views one may not see driving on the ...
... everything ready to pack in the RV.
We got up early this morning, with the intention of quickly packing the RV and making an early start. We only ended up leaving an hour and a half later than schedule! In order to reach Cambridge this evening, we (this being Grandma as I don't have a license) had to drive for around 8 hours, and passed through 5 states: Virginia, West ...