Yogi Bear'S Jellystone Park Camp-Resort
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... it. It didn't even move. See picture below. You'll know what I mean :) Our next flight from Abu Dhabi to Mumbai was shorter, about 3 hours long. Finally, we reached Mumbai at 4 in the morning and the date had changed again 12/14/14. I've been waiting for so long! I’m super excited to be in India and looking forward to our trip! Stay tuned... See you ...
... br> Ultimately I made it to Lancaster. My friends, known from one of the forums I use, live above a car dealership and I spotted them too late as I pressed on trying to not be late. I pulled up and stalled the van, then I found it wasn't going to restart!
The bolt retaining the bottom of the starter motor had fallen out and the nut on the stud at the top was gone too! They wouldn't be too hard to ...
... The lifestyle they live is very similar to that of those in the 1820's.
The community is closed to a certain extent as in order to maintain their way of life, they like to marry within their community. Also many do not like their photos being taken or too much outside interest. They live throughout Lancaster County, not in a specific area, which means they are seen around and about.
The Amish are well known for their ...
After 12 days, 2827 miles on the rental car, 4 states, 5 national parks, and 5 different airline flights scheduled for home, we finally boarded our Southwest plane to fly home. With the news that Sandy was finally leaving the area and that BWI was open for business, we checked out of the motel and returned the rental car in anticipation of getting home. When we arrived at the airport we found that we were two of many who had had to extend their time ...
... trees, recruiting volunteers, building community gardens, clearing vacant lots, and possibly mentoring/tutoring kids at an afterschool program. Our chain sawyers are pretty excited about the thinning trees part. I’m a little nervous going from Maine, one of the nations least densely populated states, to the 5th largest populated city of Philadelphia. Maybe I’ll grow some plants on my windowsill.
Time to start packing! (…maybe….) ;) ...