Best Western Mountaineer Inn
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... is nothing else around the area which is okay with us as we really enjoy the peace and quiet.
The campground is located adjacent to Coopers Rock State Park which we visited today. It is an absolutely beautiful park which provides panoramic views of the Cheat River Gorge from a band of rock cliffs which they call an overlook. It is really something to see. Some of the pictures just don't do it justice.
As I'm sure ...
I left this morning at first light, destination Lancaster, PA for the Monday practice round of the LPGA US Women's Open. Rachel gave me a hall pass to go walk and watch a major practice preparation. I knew I could get tickets at the country club, problem, I couldn't park there. Had to do a drive by to find out where I park so that I could get shuttled to the course. Took me 3 1/2 hours to drive from the Pittsburgh burb ...
3 hour drive today so we did a leisurely pack up this morning. Rick is glad to get out from under whatever cherry tree we had, the rig and the truck definitely need a car wash! Air is heavy today, seems almost foggy. Once in the truck Lexi said that she really misses home. Everything about it. And she keeps singing "I have a little donkey, his name ...
... kids have beautiful, strong voices. I promise to upload the video soon.
We packed up rooms and loaded up the bus 1 last time. We actually left RIGHT ON TIME!
We stopped about 1230 to enjoy our boxed lunches at a quaint little rest stop. While we were here, Karen announced the final winner for the house points. The boys won by only 3 points. My team is not bitter and did not demand a recount even though we ...
... eat again. (Don't be surprised if your kids come home expecting 3 large meals a day.) We were thrilled to see that their VBS kids had made signs for us and they were strung around the sanctuary.
Just as we were sitting down to eat, 3 amazing women burst through the door. Imagine our surprise to see Leslie Oakes, Miriam Ludlow and Brenda Farrar! It was very exciting to see them. Thank you so much! Just before the concert started we were surprised by yet ...