Candlewood Suites - Pittsburgh Airport
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Okay, so it's kinda cutsey, but she IS our first grandchild. (For those of you who don’t know, Shannon’s daughter, Madison Grace Carey, made us grandparents, and where the #$% have you been?) So this entry has nothing to do with Maddie, but I just wanted to give a shout-out to my granddaughter, "HI, MADDIE!" (and it’s MY blog, so there).
Last night, ...
... trail where we crossed paths with more than 1 garter snake...eek! We got to hear some thunder in the distance but luckily never got stuck in any rain. The weather has been pleasant, not too hot, beautiful springtime. I love being around so many trees, one big thing I miss about living on the east coast. Tonight we had a lovely dinner with Georgette and Tata at Fox ...
... s apartment, packed up my stuff, and headed out. I stopped for gas and it's a good thing I did. I opened my wristlet and there was Roya's credit card. I pumped my gas, grabbed some water and went back to her place to drop off her card. Finally, I could go home!
The three hours it took to get home was cake compared to the rest of my trip. I couldn't wait to get home and see my girls! They were just as excited to see me, too! They went bonkers when ...
... It was fire works Saturday so we left slightly early to have the accessibility of crossing the bridge, so we watched them on the downtown side. A couple left their wedding reception and came out side to take pictures of them I snuck behind the photographer to snag my own. On our way home the Rangers were playing then Pens and the pens came Back and won so it was a great day in Pittsburgh sports. Also just a great day all ...
... even a tower which we could climb for views over the hills and valleys. Unfortunately the cloud limited the visibility a little but we could still see to the mountains. There was a lovely picnic area just right for our lunch.
After lunch, it was back on the small "highways" to get on the bigger roads heading for Pittsburgh.
The area was also popular for wind turbines. On one ridge I counted at least 15 of them. There was also quite a bit of mining ...