Motel 6 Newark
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... was about a 45-minute ride. Once again, Siri gave us bad directions, but not so far off that we didn't find it.
Lots of school buses parked outside. Not a great sign, but it looked to be a big place, so hopefully no problem. We purchased our tickets then stopped by the large Visitor’s Center to see the 25-minute movie, which was well-done.
We made our way to the house, stopping on the way to visit ...
... took the route via Buffalo, then across on route 20 through Warsaw and Leicester, Genesco and Dansville. We really enjoy driving through the small American towns. Crossed over into Pennsylvania at Lawrenceville. Then down to Williamsport. Onto Harrisburg and then via Allentown to Haverford where we were welcomed by Michele, Caroline and Michael and her Dad Phil and Mom Helen. We were treated to burgers and hotdogs on the bbq and a great evening of conversation. Kids enjoyed catching ...
... well and ended up tied for 2nd place. When we were done with quizzo we dropped Aunt Nancy off at her apartment and headed home to go to bed.
Wednesday, August 24th
This morning we packed up the car to head back to Huntingdon so that we could get the RV ready to head out again. Before we left Glenolden we stopped at mom-mom and pop-pop’s house for a short visit before we headed out of town. ...
... Pass arrived yesterday; my ticket to the great outdoors and badge of acceptance come late May. For now though, it serves as a lingering reminder of everything I still need to do to prepare for my "Cannonball Run" style adventure. This weekend is about inventory assessment. What do I have? What do I need to replace? What do I still need to purchase? Everything from camping food to emergency gas ...
... perhaps, but there were as many vans as there were buses. We parked in the regular parking lot and headed to the main office, where we were greeted by one of the faculty. We signed in, then he walked us to the gymnasium where we would set up the show. As we walked down the halls, people were smiling, laughing, and greeting each other as the new school day began. "Hello, visitors!" was our greeting--we were ************spicuous with our bright red ...