Foggy Mountain Lodge
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... and we drove through rain almost the entire day! Even so, there were many things to be seen as we traveled.
We passed a golf course made up of more water hazards than I ever remember seeing at a golf course! ... oh ... Mom says that wasn't normal or planned ... that was the rain. I guess that makes sense since there also were no golfers on the course and it was Saturday.
We stopped for lunch at a travel plaza and ate at the Panera ...
... plane came down at a 40 degree angle nearly upside down and exploded on impact. As a result of the visit, we better appreciated the heroism and bravery of the passengers and crew who selflessly gave their lives to thwart the terrorists' intentions. We were deeply moved by the pictures displayed of the crew and passengers; the marble wall with the names of all ...
... located in what is now Pittsburgh. The westernmost English fort, located in Ligonier, was built in 1758 and has been restored by a private foundation. George Washington arrived at Fort Ligonier as a British officer during this time. Several Washington artifacts are located in the museum. They include his saddle, a portrait of him by Rembrandt Peale, and the two pistols given to him by the Marquis de Lafayette during ...
The view at the dam was pretty, and we finally saw some mountain laurel, although we couldn't get close due to the pond in our way. Bonnie, close ups of these beautiful flowers later! After a late very light lunch at the park concession stand, we headed toward Ligonier, seeing the long horn steers with really interesting coloring and spots.
... I have seen. It is nestled into the knob of a hill with magnificent views a few steps away. The subsequent owners turned it into a place with many outdoor sculptures and opened it to the public. They still own it.
This was our last stop with Bonnie and David. After this tour, they returned home to Rochester and we continued our exploratory adventure.