- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... for a day time look at Pittsburgh and the confluence of the 3 rivers - Monongahela, Allegheny and Ohio. Couple of photos and off on our way. The fog had lifted and the high clouds did not hold any rain. Temperature was pleasant if not in the wind.
Out on highway 79 then onto 70 to the West Virginian border before Wheeling. We stopped at the Welcome Centre as I had seen something on my map about a burial mound. The man at the centre was very helpful ...
Today was very very wet. It didn't start raining until I crossed the state line into West Virginia which was about 40 miles into my ride. Once it started raining I put my jacket on and hoped for it to stop. It didn't. After 10 minutes I was soaked from head to toe. Once I was in West Virginia I rode about 5 miles to a ...
... The kitchen is very well equipped and the docents did a great job of explaining the uses of the various implements, such as tools for cutting large blocks of sugar into cubes. The large cooking pots were designed to be set on a pile of smoldering coals, and had dished lids in which more hot coals were placed to speed cooking.
There are some other interesting things to see and ...
... sections. At certain points it was easier, and much safer, to simply push our bikes along in the borrow pit. 11 miles later we found ourselves still alive, but rather exhausted from extensive effort. We prayed hard for safety. Prayers answered. We probably worked as hard as any day on the trip thus far.
In Mt. Clare the operator of a fifth-wheel Coca Cola delivery truck came ...
... on a bike and in bad weather. We were not far from the North Bend Rail Trail so we pedaled to the trail. We left California with the leaves just coming out, and we are now riding the trail with leaves falling. The trail is more of a mountain bike trail, however, we manage.
We stopped for lunch on the side of the trail. We felt like we were so far from anywhere. While eating, some people walked up with a new car battery, a rake ...