Splash Magic Campground
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- Hot tub
- Adult pool
- Heated pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Outdoor pool
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... we divided by 3.8 to figure the number of gallons consumed and multiplied by the same number to get the cost per gallon. Once we got it figured out, it was easy.
We didn't have to look for the least expensive gas, as it is often regulated by the province, so the prices are, for the most part, the same all over. Select provinces can regulate prices and Quebec and the Atlantic provinces do so. We paid anywhere from $5 gal to $5.26 ...
... 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.
... earplugs. Sigh. We drove about 300 miles today, stopping for the night at Echo Valley Campground in Ravine, PA. Very pretty and quiet place, forty or so miles from Harrisburg. Tomorrow we're going to see the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania,in Strasburg. Might have some more interesting pictures tomorrow. When we get to the campground tomorrow, I WILL remember to ask for the pass code for the ...
A great first night's sleep in the camper! It rained all night; in the earlier evening everyone was relegated to the camper because of rain, too. Jacob and Ben watched a bad movie; Ruby talked with Abe, me and Kris until bedtime. It was a relaxing evening. Unfortunately, our morning, while starting great with ...
... 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 ...