Comfort Inn Titusville
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... and grandma. They are buried in the same cemetery, but far enough apart to ensure peace and tranquility for all those buried around them. I also got to see the final resting place of my aunt, Gloria Elaine Teasdale, who died as an infant. After the cemetery, we paid a quick visit to meet Kimmie's stepmother, then headed over to a local brewpub for a few beers before dinner.
Chris and Stephanie met us for dinner at another ...
... to after 3:30 PM at Two Mile Run County Park. After finding the sites we had reserved to be both too small and too muddy to suit our rigs, we pulled out and headed for Meadville. We lucked in to two spaces at the KOA, and by 6:30 were in, set up, and at the Hunter's Inn on highway 27 to meet Kimmie and her husband Donnie for dinner.
The Hunter's Inn was one of those great little locals places, where everyone knows everyone. The food ...
... I made it to the right campground, a KOA, after a few false turns and construction zones. My GPS couldn’t locate what I was looking for, so it required a bit of guess work. I got set-up and went over to join the group and the first couple I met were from Indiana but originally from Powell River. How cool is that?
It wasn’t a big rally. There were 15 vans, 24 people, 10 dogs and a few ...
... when we got off the bridge there was a sharp turn uphill and when we made the turn we saw our first Amish men riding a horse and carriage. As we came out of the park near the end of the day the last part of the road was great. The road travelled along the Allegheny river and then rose up over a mountain with great twisty roads. By 6 we stopped in Franklin for the day and had a great supper at a chain called Kelly's. Best food we had all week. Rode 360 km ...
... we played on their 18 hole mini-golf course (a travesty, really, and they charged us for it! In terrible condition, but it was still something to do, without having to disconnect the car and go somewhere.
Tomorrow, only 3 hours, and we'll be at our old Ohio stomping grounds, Cedarlane, RV Park!