Comfort Inn Triadelphia
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... Korean War memorial and finishing at the Abraham Lincoln memorial. All the architecture and buildings were incredible, such detail and the unique designs were awesome! After such a big day we decided in Chinese for dinner located just across the street and then an early night. Later Gators! LJ ...
... road construction 'slow downs' with single lanes for miles. Probably the 'worst' travel day of the trip in terms of both construction and truck traffic.
1:12 PM - Ohio.
3:40 PM - Columbus, Ohio.
5:40 PM - Wheeling, WV.
5:50 PM - Greeted by our home state of Pennsylvania with road construction & orange barrels!
6:20 PM: HOME! Be it ever ...
... I have always had a mental image of being lowered down through the forward hatch of a sub by several sets of hands. I think this is a memory from when I was a little kid visiting my dad on board, but I am not really sure. Looking at one of the hatches going down through the forward deck brought the memory back, and it looks just as I 'remembered' it. (Note: I checked with my Dad, and he confirmed that I did get to go on his sub when I was about ...
... mountains. Eventually back in West Virginia, when we got to Morgantown, we turned north onto I-78 into PA.
We took the interstate to Washington and turned onto Chestnut Road. From there, Vance Station Road (bearing right to continue onto Vance Station) and then onto KOA road and into the campground.
The campground was nothing to write home about, and we most likely will not return to the same one again. It had a small pool ...
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Barkcamp State Park was a meticulously maintained park. The grass throughout looked like it belonged on a golf course and there was much interest in preserving the history of the area. The quaint, adorable log cabin was utilized as the park's office. The 200 year old barn ...