Econo Lodge Clarks Summit
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Another gem in our National Parks system, Steamtown tells the story of the role that steam railroading played in the development of our country. The park occupies 40 acres of the Scranton, Pennsylvania railroad yard of the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad, once one of the largest rail yards in the country. At its peak it employed 4000 workers and had bays to service 40 steam locomotives at one time.
... the 'Beast’ perpendicular to about 10 “normal” parking spaces, successfully eliminating ¼ of the stores available parking AND leaving those customers who could locate parking slacked jawed with awe as we exit our vehicle. (After some basic calculations, we determined that we had successfully eliminated this stores total gross for the day.) A job well done ;o)
As most of us know, when we believe that life can’t throw us any ...
... stand properly nor put anything up to elevate my position. Due to this, I was forced to look up at my view screen during the whole show, creating a heck of a neck creak.
Once the show had completed, load out went really smoothly. We (as in the video crew) were done by 1:30am, which is a nice change from previous venues. One more show and I will have a day off in Toronto. I’m looking forward to it.
... on coming! Considering the heat too (89F) we all did really well to finish in a decent time, and luckily found a really nice motel to stay in just seconds before a huge storm came. Overall summary of the day- we never want to repeat a day like that ...
... Tom took the first hit and fell off his bike but all was ok (or seemed so!) and he wasn't hurt. We got to cheesequake after dark and the place was closed, so a lady cheekily told a a way of getting into the campsite. It was a really nice forest with toilets and fire pits so we found a spare place to pitch and pretty much fell straight to sleep. Day 2 (45 miles) Our first day started around 9.30 after we packed up and snuck out ...