Days Inn Butler-Conference Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We made it to Pittsburgh yesterday! It was crazy to think, when we arrived, that just that morning we finished packing the car and said our final goodbyes to the Silvers. It was very, very difficult- and knowing me there were tears. Rich and Taz were the last ones left to say goodbye and needless to say Alex did some stalling. The drive was pretty effortless and just a few minutes in Alex already got a phone call about a potential "gig" in LA- so it ...
... headaches). Mike, being the incredible guy that he is, just kept driving until we reached Grove City. Then he set up camp and cooked dinner too. What a guy!
He said that the trip was beautiful. He wished that he had taken a path that took him THROUGH Pittsburgh instead of around it, but he loved how the trees come right down to the pavement and they arch over the highway.
Tomorrow we head up to Erie and see what is ...
... the home is filled with built-in settees furnished in gorgeous reds and yellows and tapestry-like fabrics and the wax polished stone slab floors are scattered with tribal rugs. The open hearth in the main living room is built on gently sloping slabs of the rock and some windows open out without supporting frames obscuring the corners. Built-in cupboards and shelving and cantilevered desks all in handsome timber, much walnut, ...
... and monitors in the general store. Can you see my chest starting to puff up? When we got here we found out that Ranger Brown has been off with a severe case of bronchitis for weeks and no one is sure when he will be able to return to work. Also the IT department has not approved the installation of the cameras. Imagine - 500 miles from nowhere and they have an IT department. Anyway, we are working in the general store with ...
... Right! The Anchorage hospital, Providence, is pretty nice on the inside too. They put in three more stents (for a total of 8) and treated me with kid gloves. I was expecting anesthesia to be a bottle of whisky and a large wooden hammer. The surgeon was from Johns Hopkins and was in Alaska to get away from all the crazy running around on the east coast.
We started back to PA August 10th by way of Ft. Collins, CO. We wanted to see if ...