Budget Inn Clearfield
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... Rylinn was napping so we didn't get to see her. After a little visit, we were on the road again at 2:00.
We decided that we would drive about 3 hours and we ended up in Woodland, PA for the night. It is a nice campground with very friendly people. However, when we set everything up our TVs wouldn’t turn on. Everything else worked, except for the TVs. John was beside himself because he couldn’t find ...
... decline. I do pass a good bit of functioning industry along the way (Including Del Grosso's tomato sauce factory--complete with its own amusement park!) but I wouldn't say this area feels like a real industrial hub. I take a peaceful sideroad along the river instead of following the highway. Along the way I spot a cool carving of a toothy face and mushrooms and flowers mad out of a tree stump. An ...
... somehow. But beneath the surface things are not all perfect. Turns out Tyrone has been steadily losing population since the 1920s. I notice at Burger King that out of 7 employees, 6 of them (men and women) look like they're in their 30s or 40s. I'm guessing that that tells something about the shortage of decent job opportunities in this area. Still, I'd say Tyrone has managed to keep its dignity through nearly a century of decline. So, thumbs up for this ...
... village here in the first place. It's been rainy, steamy day and I could really use a bath. I figure I'd better get one now before I reach more populated areas. I hop into the refreshingly cool waters of the Junianta... not quite deep enough to swim in--but still leaves me feeling like a new man. Over one more ridge, and I reach my next Valley Civilization: Logan ...
... on the 2nd floor while reading the newspaper.
Two blocks away there was a subway station access point according to my guide book I checked out from the library in Wichita. I asked the janitor how I paid to get on it since there were no machines and he said to pay once I got on board. It was an underground trolley for $2 that required exact change...errr. I stood there for an entire stop, digging for change since I only had one $1 bill. At ...