Spring Gulch Resort Campground
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... attraction since it's discovery. There are stalagmites & stalactites which are thousands of years old.
On our way home, we came across Cabela's - it was Russell's lucky day as he has been hanging out to see one since we've been here and all of a sudden there one was. It is the most amazing shop, an indoor paradise for hunters. It was like a museum with lots of life sized stuffed American ...
... in time for dinner where Jeff’s wife Jane and her new daughter-in-law Kayla put together a beautiful spread of salsas, guacamole, fruit salad, black bean quesadillas, and homemade cherry chocolate-chip ice cream! They live next to quite a few Amish farms that have been in that area for decades. Jeff and Ann took us on a driving tour through the rolling hills of farmland that passed through two covered bridges that we stopped and ...
... morning while the rest of us enjoyed some homemade pancakes.
Wendy (patent lawyer) and Elbert (IBM) drove in from nearby New York area on Saturday and we all hung out catching up on work and family.
Sunday, after meeting with Anu Magal (Shalabh's high school friend who lived in the area), the 3 families had a picnic in the park and played a fun kickball game. Great weekend meeting friends and ...
... of back streets and explained things about the area as we went. We found a really interesting antique shop and spent some time there looking at everything including more pumpkins. We saw beautiful farming land and then head off for one of the oldest townships of the aera. here we had a pub lunch and wandered through the streets and graveyards enjoying the beauty- and the occasional ...
... The decline in the mileage is not due to laziness, but due to the lack of new trails. It appeared that we had explored every nooks and crannies of the paths in front of us. To find new trails, it would require us to truck our bikes into the Pennsylvania interior. It was a commitment that we rarely selected due to the time and effort it would take in researching, transporting, etc.